BSN to DNP - page 2

by Mom To 4 | 12,691 Views | 18 Comments

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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    What university was that please. Where did you do your bsn- dnp at? I'm looking for a bsn-dnp program in Orlando. But other university suggestions are helpful.
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    I was wondering if you need a particular number of hours before enrolling into the programs, My GPA wasn't the greatest, however, I have passed all my classes and RN exam.
    I was also wondering about the GRE Test:
    "A score of 500 or higher on each of the verbal and quantitative sections in the prior version of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test. In the new version of the GRE a minimum score of 153 in the verbal section and 144 in the quantitative section"
    any of you have any input as to this test?
    I would like to apply to the fall 2015 at the University of Florida
    Thanks


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