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Hi everyone, I am new to this board and have a few questions. I will be starting clinicals in the fall 04 for my BSN and would love to become a Midwife in the future. Is a CNM without previous rn... Read More
Jun 11, '04Joined: May '04; Posts: 96; Likes: 6Thanks you guys! You all have given me so much to think about. I know 4 sure that I am going to work before I attend graduate school. At first, all I had in mind was finishing school. I will be 26 yrs old when I graduate with my BSN (24 now) and I felt like I would be too old to wait a few years before cnm. I also have a family and I just want to hurry and start my career. After reading all of your post, I have realized that you are never too old to further your education. I also want to master my skills and bedside manners in L&D. I really want to become a wonderful RN and CMN. And that is whats really important. Thanks everyone.
Jun 11, '04Joined: Apr '02; Posts: 38,756; Likes: 16,291too old?NAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH just see how it goes as you finish school and go to work. you may change you mind, again. but don't let any notion of "age" stop ya!