Why don't any colleges make a rural nursing degree? I've seen nursing schools
which have long lists of specialties, but I've never heard of any schools which offer rural nursing as a specialty.
I'm very sure that I want to be a rural family nurse practitioner, but how does someone achieve this goal? Becoming a family nurse practitioner seems pretty straightforward, you go to a nursing school
, work extremely hard and take FNP as your specialty. But... the "rural" part isn't so clear, I mean how do you prepare for rural nursing? Rural nurses seem like they need to know everything very well even if it is not part of their specialty.
I know I want be a rural FNP, but how do I get there?