my fiancé wont go to the doctors because they wont give him the time of day, yet the mds think that having dnp's will lower quality of care. after having one grandma die after a botched surgery and an aunt that was sick with cancer for 7 years before being properly diagnosed, i can't see how quality of care could go down. i know my situations are not the norm and i don't fault the medical field for it. after all i am entering this field, and i love it. i just think the mds are way off base, i think dnps could only help quality of care.
Last edit by sirI on May 14, '09
May 14, '09
There are multiple threads here on this topic, if you're interested in reading what's already been discussed. Here are a few (but not all!) of them --
Doctor-nurse line is blurring?
discussion regarding education of NP (DNP) and PA compared to MD/DO