BSN to DNP - page 2

by Mom To 4

Since I have not had a response on the student NP section....I am a BSN and am looking into several different BSN to DNP programs. Has anyone gone through one of these and how did it go for you? I was supposed to begin a MSN... Read More


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    Thanks lovanurse. One last question, who is the school district would be able to give permission o conduct a small research project? Thanks for the info.
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    Quote from keisha e
    Thanks lovanurse. One last question, who is the school district would be able to give permission o conduct a small research project? Thanks for the info.
    When you get a chance, look up International Review Board (IRB).

    It is very difficult to get IRB to approve studies on children. With that being said, if it is non-invasive, such as looking at different school lunch menus or looking at what is being served in vending machines in different school districts, then you will have a better chance at getting your study approved.
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    Typo *Institutional Review Board (IRB)
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    Ok thanks a lot fir the advise
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    I was wondering how difficult it is to tackle full time dnp school with 32 hours per week work? No kids. I have heard that grad school is actually not as demanding as undergrad was. I was wondering if this is true. Thank you
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    I just started Loyola University New Orleans' MSN to DNP program. I am an ANP. It is so not easier than undergraduate. Itis reading. Class discussion on Blackboard and papers so far. The summer classes are likely worse because its all condensed from 15 to 8 weeks, but I don't see it getting easier. Fortunately, I can do my clinical at work, which helps...

    Don't get me wrong...I love it, but its not easy.
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    Thank you isabel


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