adn vs bsn - page 2
I am planning on applying for a ADN program. I am thinking that after I get that I could go on to get a BSN. How important or how much difference does it make between the two?... Read More
0Feb 27, '04 by Friesw/thati'm adn
wish i had gone for msn--for own personal accomplishments
didn't get much career advice
that's just me
but, i do still eat well
and live well
and sleep well
and i've got 2 dollars in my pocket right this minute...
0Feb 27, '04 by jetsetterNo difference whatsoever where I work, same benefits, vacation, etc... Only real difference is if you want to go on. But if you just want to work, I see no reason to go thru it. You will work the EXACT SAME JOB.
0Feb 27, '04 by meandragonbrettSearch the website. There are TONS of threads regarding ADN v BSN. Some are nice and others are not so nice
0Feb 27, '04 by Renee' Y-YI am a BSN from the beginning. My anecdotal experience over the years has been that ADN programs put out far-superior-clinically-skilled nurses than BSN programs. It will be additional work going from ADN to BSN, but the clinical education from the ADN program is much better...in my experience. When I was in my BSN program there was alot more encouragement to move into "management" jobs than there ever was "clinical-bedside-nursing" jobs.
0Feb 27, '04 by purplemaniaOur facility pays $1/hour more for BSN prepared nurses and ADN's are not considered for management positions. Depends on your career choices.