Boatswain2PA 961 Views
Joined Aug 14, '10.
Posts: 23 (43% Liked)
Nurses, who spend the most time at the patient's bedside, are the real lifesavers. Any idiot knows that. My last response to you, from a low-level source, was an attempt to match your level of reasoning. Do you not know what your name means still...or you just make up your own definition? Go elsewhere as I don't treat kids.
This month's ADVANCE magazine had an article on this.
In the PA world we are seeing a move toward specialization. Whether or not this is a "good" thing for the profession or the patient is arguable, but the move is afoot.
It sounds like the NP world, which has already been ahead of the PA world in this movement, is heading further down that road.
I don't really mind it, but I don't like the "portfolio" approach. It is tooooooo easy to pad portfolios without any real knowledge/experience to back it up.
Actually nurses are the real lifesavers. I'll leave it to others to explain why.
I don't get what everyone has against the South. There are ignorant, bigoted people everywhere, although it seems to be a stereotype mostly associated with the South...
Deep south explains everything. My condolences.
It depends on the state and city. All things being equal I believe salary is lower even when cost of living is taken into account.
I'm not sure there is a good term for both NPs And PAs. On the other hand I'm not sure NPs and PAs should be lumped together.
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