What's REALLY with the hospitals using Magnet as a cover for wanting BSN only nurses? - page 16
I'm in an associate degree RN program. I have a previous BA in Psychology and just finished up my last two classes online to also get my BS in Business Administration. I have worked for over a year as a PCA at a local hospital... Read More
- 0Mar 4, '13 by Jenni811Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the definition of a professional mean an expert on a certain area? For example a doctor is a professional because they specialize. A nurse that specializes in something is a professional (I.e. family practice, midwife etc.) So therefore a bsn and adn are not "professional"? Don't attack me...I'm a BSN so its ok if i say it. I'm just stating what I THOUGHT was the definition of a professional.