Published Aug 9, 2008
Can an RN without BSN be a parish nurse?:)
tnbutterfly - Mary, BSN, RN
Welcome to Allnurses.
Yes an experienced RN without a BSN can be a Parish Nurse.
I am going to move your post to the Parish Nurse Forum where you can find more information about Parish Nursing.
Feel free to post any additional questions you have.
Thank you to whomever answered my question!!
Since i had already sent the money in, I thought I'd best make sure!! Talk about the cart before the horse!!
I'm new to this and not quite sure how to answer. How does one know who replied?
sirI, MSN, APRN, NP
Thank you to whomever answered my question!!Since i had already sent the money in, I thought I'd best make sure!! Talk about the cart before the horse!!I'm new to this and not quite sure how to answer. How does one know who replied?Buttercup66
Hello, buttercup66 and Welcome to allnurses.com
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