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Aug 25, '02Occupation: RN, ICU/CCU Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 1,062; Likes: 7Originally posted by rhona1
I would rather put two years of my education into something that will transfer someday. I will be proud to earn my ADN .
But, one step at a time. It is most important to TAKE that first step though! And I think THAT is what this thread was about-- whether a Diploma program or an ADN program would be a better program.
Aug 29, '02Occupation: Level II Nursery RN Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 265; Likes: 3Hmmmm, If all nurse had to have a BSN, what kind of nursing shortage would there be now?
I feel that there is room for both ADNs and BSNs.
BTW I am neither rich nor too lazy to continue with school. I am curently upgrading my ADN to a BSN mostly because work is paying for it. Don't think for a minute that getting new letters behind my name will make me a better bedside nurse. It does, however, open new doors and possibilities.
Aug 29, '02Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 250; Likes: 36Both are nurses, neither is better, unless they chose to be.
Sep 6, '02Occupation: RN/Risk Management Joined: May '02; Posts: 130; Likes: 2That's the best reply yet URSULA!!