I'm currently an RN student. I've had my heart set on being an OB-GYN prior to entering college, and after I discovered nursing I decided that I would rather do holistic health. However, I am still set on working with women and pregnancies and my ultimate goal is to become a CNM. There are no CNM specialties at my "local" universities (travel would be over 100 miles a day) and I don't plan on moving after I get my RN. What are online programs like? How do you do your clinicals and do you feel prepared for them? Do you think doing an online CNM program has prepared you for real work?
Also, what is the need for CNM's at this time? Would it be easy to find a job upon completion of a CNM program? I live in SW Florida, so if anybody knows anything about the need for CNM's in this area, I'd love to hear what you know!
May 8, '12
you can contact them per below:
georgetown university school of nursing & health studies
nursing[color=#a7a9ac]@georgetown admissions: 1-877-910-hoya (4692)
best of luck!
Last edit by traumaRUs on May 30, '12
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