My PhD Journey – Part 1 - page 3
by VickyRN Asst. Admin
It is hard to believe that it has been three years since I started the epic journey towards a PhD in nursing, as a part-time student who already had a full plate as full time nursing faculty in a busy university setting. Since... Read More
- 1May 30, '11 by fswilliams1001Vicky, thanks for sharing. I have lived every sentiment with you (except candidacy, which I am preparing for now). I echo the comments that your informative, well-written posts are invaluable; and I also look forward to Part 2!!!
- 0Feb 14 by TiffyRNVicky,
Just found this article when searching this forum and it was inspiring. 2-3 years after finishing my ADN I pretty much gave up my ambition to be a nurse educator. Having just finished my BSN (after a nice 20 year break from school) nursing education seemed a completely reasonable objective. After investigating it a little more and reviewing my most favorite/least favorite BSN experiences I started investigating BSN to PhD programs. I'll be taking my GRE in a couple of weeks and planning to submit my applications to at least 2 programs in my State. Your article served to both frighten and excite me.
Sure would love to see the part 2 you promised!