Well, I'm first going to finish my NNP, which will leave me about 15 credits short of a PNP, since most of the classes are common to both. I will hopefully work as a NNP in the hospital system, where the bulk of NNP's do. My job will involve rounding/writing orders, attending/managing high-risk deliveries, intubation, chest tube/arterial/umbilical line insertion, central lines, critical care ambulance and flight transport etc.... I will have a neonatologist to consult if I need backup, but I'll be able to be pretty independent once I graduate. I may add the PNP after I graduate to expand my scope of care from 0-2 to 0-17, and to be able to do pediatric critical care transport as well. I'll try to kee you all updated as I go along in my program. My recommendation would be to work in NICU FT and PRN in PICU (or vice versa) so you can get a feel for it and become comfortable in both areas, and with both patient populations.