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Joined Apr 21, '12 - from 'USA'. phillycpnp-pc is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She has 'RN 8' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Peds med/surg; Peds skilled nursing'. Posts: 286 (20% Liked) Likes: 104

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  • Apr 19

    congrats.... i'm doing pediatric acute care dnp

  • Apr 18

    congrats.... i'm doing pediatric acute care dnp

  • Apr 18

    I got in too...so excited....now onto this monster acceptance packet.

  • Apr 18

    I got in too...so excited....now onto this monster acceptance packet.

  • Apr 14

    No you are not missing anything...I emailed them this morning. I was a stalker...lol I'm just so impatient. I applied back in October...I just can't wait anymore. I also have anxiety mixed with excitement... I will be so disappointed if I don't get in.. USA is my first choice.....Good luck to us all.

  • Apr 14

    The college of nursing sent me an email informing me that decision letters will be mailed today. Good luck to everyone.

  • Apr 4

    I called today they said 8 weeks after the deadline... So the 4/15 they should be mailed out... Fingers crossed its then b/c I've heard of past classes hearing back in late May

  • Mar 31

    I applied for MSN-DNP adding new specialty. I'm already a primary pediatric nurse practitioner. I am applying for pediatric acute care.
    I heard the same thing about the decision letters. Good luck everyone!

  • Dec 2 '15

    I'm leaving my my first NP job in less than 2 weeks and in my contract I have to purchase tail coverage upon leaving. my employer pays 50%. It's around 6,000 and I have to pay 3,000. I didn't like this part of my contract when I first joined the practice but I didn't think I would be leaving after almost 2 years.

  • Nov 20 '15

    I worked almost 7 years of nightshift as a RN. I really miss it. I miss going to bed when everyone is off to work. I also miss food shopping at Giant overnight and have the store to myself.
    As a nurse practitioner I work days shift hours and after 2 years of it I still have a hard time. I hate going to bed before 1am and I can't stand getting up at 6am to do newborn rounds before heading into the office...LOL Its still a work in progress. I function better at night and I'm grumpy before 11am at work lol.
    I'm also a Leo but I have always been a natural night owl since I was child. In the summers I use stay up all night and go to bed when my parents went to work...hehe ...

  • Nov 15 '15

    I worked almost 7 years of nightshift as a RN. I really miss it. I miss going to bed when everyone is off to work. I also miss food shopping at Giant overnight and have the store to myself.
    As a nurse practitioner I work days shift hours and after 2 years of it I still have a hard time. I hate going to bed before 1am and I can't stand getting up at 6am to do newborn rounds before heading into the office...LOL Its still a work in progress. I function better at night and I'm grumpy before 11am at work lol.
    I'm also a Leo but I have always been a natural night owl since I was child. In the summers I use stay up all night and go to bed when my parents went to work...hehe ...

  • Oct 3 '15

    congrats.... that's awesome!

  • Oct 1 '15

    This sounds like my current job. I tried limiting the amount of patients but my requests are not respected. They do not even triage calls or ask why the child needs to be seen. I have been doubled, tripled, and sometimes quadrupled booked with non urgent chief complaints like coughing X1 day, fevers of 98.9, etc. the office staff decides how many are to be booked. I've seen as many as 48 by myself in an 8 hr day. And Saturdays we are open from 9-12 and I've seen 33 on a Saturday by myself. And I sometimes have to stay 2 hours later to see everyone. I wish I had more control and I have spoken to the partners of the practice and they see nothing wrong with it. 😞 oh I forgot to add most our "MA's" are not certified so I do all the vaccines, neb treatments, UAs, lab collections, etc.
    Needless to say I'm looking for a new job.

  • Sep 23 '15

    I did the same thing while in grad school. I changed jobs twice ( with some overlap, went FT at new job and stayed per diem at old one for several months before quitting) to fit my school schedule and clinicals. I had no problem getting NP job offers at the time.

  • Sep 21 '15

    I did the same thing while in grad school. I changed jobs twice ( with some overlap, went FT at new job and stayed per diem at old one for several months before quitting) to fit my school schedule and clinicals. I had no problem getting NP job offers at the time.


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