Where is the best online NP program - page 6

by n4dcb

Where is the best online Family NP program? By best I mean..... Where are the instructors concerned about student learning and not trying to do harm to your GPA? Certainly cost is important but more important to me is a quality... Read More


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    Quote from zenman
    as well as wander over to that doctor forum and listen to all the students talking about doing their lectures via podcasts.
    Where do you think this enlightened chap is from?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDWIC...eature=related
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    Quote from FCMike11
    Zenman? You must be the same guy from SDN.
    Nope, I just don't spout out an informed opinion unless I've checked out the facts first...as well as have much experience with the subject. Otherwise you let the world know of your ignorance. You know what I mean?
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    What makes me uninformed? 600/800 clinical hours is actually a fact....Its still a little blurry to me why people strive to compare NP to MD/DO when np curriculum doesnt even marginally compare to PA. Difference between a np and DNP...nothing...hell it is comparable to a MBA, adds little/nothing to diagnostic capability but they expect to be called doctor?
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    Why are you on this site if you aren't supportive of nursing and it's advancement. You chose a different path...great for you. Shouldn't you be on some other forum with your peers??????
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    Quote from FCMike11
    What makes me uninformed? 600/800 clinical hours is actually a fact....Its still a little blurry to me why people strive to compare NP to MD/DO when np curriculum doesnt even marginally compare to PA. Difference between a np and DNP...nothing...hell it is comparable to a MBA, adds little/nothing to diagnostic capability but they expect to be called doctor?
    Do you ever stop to consider that the reason why NPs receive fewer clinical hours is because they are trained for a specialty from day one? PAs are generalists, so they need all those hours for each rotation. NPs specialize and their hours are dedicated to one specialty. This is why NPs must go back to school if they want to work in another specialty and PAs do not have to go back. Why is this so hard for people to understand?
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    Quote from FCMike11
    What makes me uninformed? 600/800 clinical hours is actually a fact....Its still a little blurry to me why people strive to compare NP to MD/DO when np curriculum doesnt even marginally compare to PA. Difference between a np and DNP...nothing...hell it is comparable to a MBA, adds little/nothing to diagnostic capability but they expect to be called doctor?
    Well now you're changing the subject....


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