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Duke specialty certification grads

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To piggy back off my post about fellowships I wanted to ask about the Duke specialty certification programs to see if anyone here has completed one.

Duke offers 8 credit/200 clinical hour "specialty certifications" that can be taken as electives for NP students at Duke or non-degree classes for students of other NP programs and practicing NP's. Ortho, HIV, onc and cards are offered.

I just wanted to see if anyone had any experience with these, specifically the ortho, to see if they were worth it to pay $15,000 out of pocket for.

Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner Specialty | Duke School of Nursing

I found a 2yr ortho fellowship at UNC but am not sure I can commit to moving there for 2yrs. 1 probably but not sure about 2. I found this and wondered if it may be helpful education wise and to gain a leg up on an ortho position.

OBigdog26, MSN, RN, NP

Has 8 years experience.

I'm interested in this as well. I'm currently enrolled at duke and will be doing ortho in my last year of FNP school.

Sent from my iPhone using allnurses. Pardon for any misspelled words, I blame it on auto-correct.