moicurn4115, BSN 1,870 Views
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I'm just curious if DNPs get paid more than masters level practitioners. I read somewhere that they didn't and then another article, that they did. I am currently in a masters program and contemplating going on to get my DNP once I graduate but am just curious if the extra time and money that I spend getting it will be worth it OR will I just end up spending extra money and time and still make the same salary...if that makes sense. Thanks in advance!
I was just wondering if there were any NPs who also hold a CRNA license out there? If so do you utilize both? How? What program/what kind of program did you attend to get your CRNA degree (post masters vs. full program)? Was it worth the EXTRA time and money spent? In what region do you work and are you compensated fairly? Any kind of feedback would be much appreciated, thanks!
Thanks so much for your responses! ghillbert, that sounds awesome and so like my dream job! My only concern (and fear) is that i'm in Missouri and we tend to "jump on the band wagon" a little later than other states. Where I work now, we have very little NPs that work in the hospital, and if they do, they're FNPs. So, I'm just hoping there will be a job available with Cardiology, in the hospital, when I graduate.
I just got accepted to an ACNP program so I'm already trying to plan out possible career options when I graduate. I work in a cardiac icu and would love to get a job in acute care cardiology when I graduate, but I'm just curious if anyone could give me some insight into what they think I would be doing (I have an idea of what I would be doing, but I'm not sure), hours, compensation (in the midwest area), and job outlook. Thanks in advance!
Does anybody know how many ACNP students they take??
murse89 are you from Cali?
Anybody hear anything yet???
mnmary mine also says no decision yet
mnmary, did you click on the Fall-2013 part under application term? I also thought my just said submitted until I actually clicked the term and then it had me type in my password to get to my "letter"
Type in you email, click the Fall-2013 button, type in your password, press continue, then it should tell you your status (so far it's just been telling people they've either been rejected or a decision has not been made yet, meaning your either on the waitlist or admitted). Sorry this is so long!
Hi mnmary! I too applied to UCLA's ACNP program! Have you checked your decision status online yet? I heard that they've already sent out some rejection letters and just sent out acceptance/wait list letters on March 1. Where are you from? I'm from Illinois so I'll have to wait awhile for any sort of letter, the waiting is unbearable!!
I'm from Columbia, Missouri!!! I hope to do the distance program at Vandy. That makes me feel better that they had spots open last year so hopefully we'll both get in!!
I applied to the Direct Entry Acute Care NP. LetsChill, I'm assuming you're already an RN? I've been subscribed to this conversation for a couple days now and I haven't really read anybody talking about the ACNP direct entry track so it's nice to know that I'm not the only one!!
I just don't see how they can STILL be interviewin when orientation was like a month ago...weird. Yeah I emailed them also and haven't gotten a response
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