ANP vs. FNP - who gets hired? - page 3

by coast2coast

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First off, apologies if I have missed the answer to this question in another thread. I'm about to start an adult health NP program. When I started this application, I chose adult health over family practice because... Read More


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    You can see kids ages 12 and up as an ANP usually. Occupational medicine you should be fine . Family, you would just see those 12 and up.
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    I am leaning toward FNP because of the broad scope. However, I would like to do acute care as well. The school in which I am interested doesn't have that track. I looked for other schools bit am overwhelmed with the information out there. I simply want to know if there is a way I can take the FNP at the one school and then pick up the acute classes I need to add to my certification. How does that work?
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    WKShadowRN,

    The University of South Alabama has a dual FNP/ACNP program. You will be able to sit for both boards. I am starting it in the fall.
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    Quote from rachelaleanRN2B
    WKShadowRN,

    The University of South Alabama has a dual FNP/ACNP program. You will be able to sit for both boards. I am starting it in the fall.
    Thank-you for that, I'll check it out


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