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MU Health Care nurse achieves urologic nursing certification

January 4, 2010                                                                         Contact: Matt Splett
                                                                                                      Media Coordinator
                                                                                                      splettm@health.missouri.edu 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                    (573) 882-5663

COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri Health Care advanced practice nurse Joyce Wood Harter, FNP-BC, has received board certification from the Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates. She has earned the credential, CUNP, Certified Urology Nurse Practitioner.

Wood Harter has worked at MU Health Care since 2003. She cares for general urology patients at University Hospital.

By achieving board certification, Wood Harter has demonstrated knowledge of clinical practice and an extensive understanding of the basic sciences of urologic health care.

To become certified, the Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates requires that candidates meet all eligibility criteria at the time of application and successfully pass the certification examination. Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates is a corporation established in 1972 for the purpose of encouraging the study of urology and promoting competence in the delivery of urologic care by urologic health professionals.




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