A little background: I'm currently an undergrad college student pursuing a bachelor's degree in a non-nursing major. Because my university doesn't have a nursing bachelor's program, many students who wish to pursue a nursing degree typically enter MEPNs or accelerated bachelor programs. I'm one of several student staff teaching a "pre-health course" on campus to increase awareness and knowledge of the nursing field.
I'm here wondering if anyone who is currently working as an APN can give me a snapshot of what your typical workday looks like. My goal is to give students a real glimpse of what exactly different nurses typically do beyond just technical and general descriptions!
If you can share what type of nurse you are, what kind of environment your workplace is, and maybe a chronological overview of a typical workday. It would be awesome to have a lot of details, but don't worry about it if you're low on time! I appreciate every response, thank you!