This is a discussion on BSN to PA. in Indiana Nursing, part of United States Nursing ... Pardon the spelling and grammar it isnt my strong point.
hopfully in Janurary I will start my...
Sep 6, '12
Pardon the spelling and grammar it isnt my strong point.
hopfully in Janurary I will start my general courses for Ivy tech's LPN or RN program. I applying to both and then going from there. after I get my two year RN I want to take the NCLEX pass that and go get a job as an RN and then go to IPFW for my BSN so that I can get a job in a hospital. But just today I was looking at SF's Physicians assistant program. I honestly dont see the point in getting my MSN because I dont want to teach or be a practicioner.
I know I want to be a nurse 1000% I loved the challange of being a CNA and I loved the atmosphere in the LTCF I worked in as well as when I visited the hospital (for my moms or mines medical reasons even though its totally different being a patient and seeing nurses work.) I feel that being a nurse is what feels right for me I have pictured myself doing different careers then I always come back to nursing. I dont know why. I love the people that I cared for and for some reason I love the culture that is within nursing.
But Im thinking about a few years after my BSN maybe getting to become a PA. But thats the thing if I didnt like doing that can I go back to practicing nursing in Indiana if I keep my RN current? Can I even get a PA with a BSN? and whats the job market like right now for PAs? again Im only 19 so my plans are always changing I just know that what isnt changeing is my passion to go in to nursing and being a nurse I will become a nurse if it kills me.
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