Working as an rn in puerto rico - page 2
I read some of the other threads about pr, and had some questions. I briefly met an rn in passing who was working at presby in san juan.she spoke zero spanish. My impression was that to work in pr... Read More
0Jan 27, '13 by SoCaligirl_RNA BSN is a bachelor's degree, the ADN is a diploma program not a 4 year university degree. I don't think that diploma programs are offered anymore in the U.S. I'm not sure what an ASN is, possibly and associates degree in which case those are usually 2year degrees from community colleges. I think it's just a difference in the educational foundation that the RN has.
0Jul 5, '14 by RNmrThe ADN is an Associates Degree in Nursing. The diploma program was given by hospital-based nursing school programs. These hospital-based diploma programs no longer exist. The ADN program was a great and affordable way of getting your nursing degree, but most hospitals with Magnet status want their nurses to have a BSN. Both the ADN and BSN educated nurses take the same boards (NCLEX) to receive their registered nurse license to practice. Do some research on the BSN in 10. If you can afford to go back to school and get your BSN, you should do it because over time it will be difficult to find a nursing position in most Magnet status hospitals.