from Family NP to Pediatric NP?

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    I am in the process of applying to a Family NP program. I have been working in a NICU for over a year now. I love to work with neonates, however, I really want to expand my knowledge and continue to learn about all ages from neonates to adults. I am wondering if it is possible to become an FNP and later on take a post master's certification to be also certified as a Pediatric NP?

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    If you are an FNP you are qualified to work with peds. If you want to work in a nicu then you'd need certification as an nnp.
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    Quote from Papoya
    I am in the process of applying to a Family NP program. I have been working in a NICU for over a year now. I love to work with neonates, however, I really want to expand my knowledge and continue to learn about all ages from neonates to adults. I am wondering if it is possible to become an FNP and later on take a post master's certification to be also certified as a Pediatric NP?

    All comments are welcome
    You could post-masters PNP but there really is no need


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