Published Feb 14, 2014
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I'm a DC who's been in private practice for a little over 3 yrs and I'm 30 yrs old. I'm preparing to apply to an accelerated program that starts I. the spring. I'm not sure how I can keep my practice open while in the program. The business of Chiropractic is sucking the life out of me! I practice in a rural area that really needs more primary care providers. I was trying to decide between PA and NP, but I think I'm leaning towards NP even though they don't have autonomy in Florida ( correct me if I'm wrong). Once I become an RN, I'm not sure if I'll want to continue with solo practice. There's so much to consider, but my research and my gut tells me this will be a great change. Thanks for the thread! If you have any advice or insight, it's appreciatedðŸ˜Š
I know this is old but like yourself I am seriously leaning to working toward FNP. I would like to know how you are doing now and if you have any suggestions.
Hi there I know this is an old topic but I read through it as I'm researching for FNP program. I'm a DC, in a few months I will get my BSN. Would you mind sharing where you went to school for the FNP program ?
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