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allnurses and further education

mercyteapot specializes in Dev. Disabilities, Health Disparities.

How allnurses influenced you to further your education?

  1. 1. How allnurses influenced you to further your education?

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      Yes, I've gone back to school at least partially as a result of participating on allnurses
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      Yes, it has influenced me to look into furthering my education
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      Yes, it has influenced me into at least considering furthering my education
    • 10
      No, it hasn't influenced me to further my education

33 members have participated

This topic has come up on the nursing blogs. Has participating on allnurses influenced your decision to further your education?

In my case, I can say yes, it has. For many years, I had a nagging desire to go back and a nice long list of reasons why I couldn't do it. After reading post after post from other people with more barriers in their way than I had, I decided to start looking for a way to go back. I did so last year and just finished last week.

Ted specializes in ICU/CCU (PCCN); Heme/Onc/BMT.

After receiving my A.S. in Nursing, I later went on to receive my B. S. in Nursing. But this was several years before I joined Allnurses.

I stumbled across this site while research new careers. After visiting this site for general information and pros and cons of nursing, I decided to become a nurse.

Wish me luck, one year to go.

Tweety specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac.

I always wanted to go back and just put it on the back burner. Allnurses encouraged and has been a tremendous support.

hlfpnt specializes in LTAC, Homehealth, Hospice Case Manager.

Yes. I've applied to & been accepted to an on-line BSN course & will start fall semester..

TCRNCOB61 specializes in L&D, M/B.

I to am starting back to school after 18 years....... I just took the math placement test yesterday and bombed it!!! It's been 27 yrs. since I have taken honors math in high school and it's no longer in my brain. I have to start over.

I am going for my BSN, I am looking at it taking me about 5 yrs. with me taking one class at a time.


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