This is a discussion on Questions for a FNP in Advanced Practice Nursing ... I'm torn between two future career paths. If I become a FNP, what areas would I be able to work in...
I'm torn between two future career paths. If I become a FNP, what areas would I be able to work in besides primary care?
Could I work in dermatology and the ER since it encompasses all age groups, or would I need extra training?
Why choose NP over a Physician Assistant masters (besides more autonomy and following the "nursing model") if a PA is not restricted to only one area?
In all honesty...if you were very young, single, no kids, had a BSN and all the PA prereqs done, would you become a NP or PA (HONESTLY) and why? If you choose NP, what specialty would you go in? Do you think the market is better for a NP or PA right now? Sorry for the many questions, just trying to make a wise decision. I've been researching for several months, and I'm still hopelessly torn right down the middle.
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