Combined CNM and WHNP degrees? - page 2
by FutureOBNurse2118 11,028 Views | 18 Comments
Does anyone know for sure any colleges that let you do both the CNM and WHNP together, or at least let you certified in both. For instance, I have found one college that when you do the CNM program, all you need is one more class... Read More
- 0Jun 21, '10 by carlasalI have similar questions to Jennelea.
Approximately how long does it take to get this dual degree? Other than making you more marketable to the industry, what are the advantages? Is there a higher demand for WHNP or for CNM? Or does it just depend on the area and population?
- 0May 5, '11 by danceluverCan anyone provide some information about the differences between going the CNM/FNP route vs CNM/WHNP route? I am debating which route to pursue as I know that i want to do a dual program. Would the WHNP be overkill with the CNM? I would also like to hear about the marketability
- 0May 14, '11 by Babycatcher2Beactually a cnm can do everything that a whcnp can do and more. many cnm's choose to add on the whcnp because it makes you more marketable and you are reimbursed differently from insurance depending on what title you are utilizing even if you are doing the exact same procedure.
- 0May 22, '11 by danceluverQuote from sweeetRN@ SweeetRNI don't know where you live but San Diego State has a joint Master's in Nursing
DO you know anything about their program (CNM/WHNP)? Trying to find more information about the clinical rotations, professors, and quality of the program (networking, job placement, etc)
- 0Jun 7, '11 by danceluver@ newmidwifehopeful- Can you receive and send private messages? I would really like to talk to you more about the program as I am seriously looking into it. If not, i'll post to the forum--thanks for your reply!!Quote from newmidwifehopefulI just graduated from SDSU's program. Dr. Hunter is the director of the program and does a great job. The placements are at UCSD, Palomar, Kaiser, Pendelton, Balboa, and other local clinics. I am very happy with my education.
- 0Jun 16, '11 by NurseB_Quote from CNM2BHello,I am a student at Frontier, and while they don't allow you to do a "dual" degree, I'm told it is a pretty seamless transition for nurse-midwifery students to complete the WHNP program. I am told that it is one extra class and clinical hours that can be completed as soon as the nurse-midwifery classes are finished. I intend to take advantage of this myself to earn certification as both....
I would like to know how your experience at Frontier was. I'm interested in completing the CNM degree and maybe add on the WHNP. Is this what you did or did you do just CNM? After completing school what do you think would be the best to do as far as the job market? How is the program? Any other advise that you could give me about the program and school?