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    Congrats to your friend Nature_walker. That's great news!
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    Thank you m4howie for your response. I'm interested in research and becoming a nurse would enable me to access the target population of my research interests and provide care as well as advance research. As mentioned my interests are chronic and infectious disease focused. I've been a clinical research study participant severally, and the clinicians always advised to be more effective with clinical research that I should become a clinician, in addition to the PhD, as that would enable the research angle. I want the flexibility of being an RN to provide patient care, but also a PhD to enable me to be effectively involved with research also. I am also currently a CNA and have a considerable amount of patient care experience.
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    What do you think about this?

    Hello allnurses.com community, I am currently an MPH student and have plans for nursing school afterwards. I have an interest in global health, chronic and infectious disease as well as health disparities and clinical research. I'm considering the following schools and would love to hear from current or past students, or anyone willing to provide advice and guidance: 1) University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, BSN program 2) Virginia Commonwealth University - (VCU), Trad BSN (2.5 years) or ASBN (19 months) 3) Bon Secours School of Nursing - BSN I'm aware that there accelerated MSN programs, but my preference is to do the BSN and then do a PhD bridge program. UNC has a BSN-PhD program so that's definitely a strong contender for me to consider. Look forward t hearing from you all.
  4. OptimistMG

    What do you think about this?

    Hello allnurses.com community, I am currently an MPH student and have plans for nursing school afterwards. I have an interest in global health, chronic and infectious disease as well as health disparities and clinical research. I'm considering the following schools and would love to hear from current or past students, or anyone willing to provide advice and guidance: 1) University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, BSN program 2) Virginia Commonwealth University - (VCU), Trad BSN (2.5 years) or ASBN (19 months) 3) Bon Secours School of Nursing - BSN I'm aware that there accelerated MSN programs, but my preference is to do the BSN and then do a PhD bridge program. UNC has a BSN-PhD program so that's definitely a strong contender for me to consider. Look forward t hearing from you all.
  5. OptimistMG

    What do you think about this?

    Hello allnurses.com community, I am currently an MPH student and have plans for nursing school afterwards. I have an interest in global health, chronic and infectious disease as well as health disparities and clinical research. I'm considering the following schools and would love to hear from current or past students, or anyone willing to provide advice and guidance: 1) University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, BSN program 2) Virginia Commonwealth University - (VCU), Trad BSN (2.5 years) or ASBN (19 months) 3) Bon Secours School of Nursing - BSN I'm aware that there accelerated MSN programs, but my preference is to do the BSN and then do a PhD bridge program. UNC has a BSN-PhD program so that's definitely a strong contender for me to consider. Look forward t hearing from you all.
  6. OptimistMG

    What do you think about this?

    Hello allnurses.com community, I am currently an MPH student and have plans for nursing school afterwards. I have an interest in global health, chronic and infectious disease as well as health disparities and clinical research. I'm considering the following schools and would love to hear from current or past students, or anyone willing to provide advice and guidance: 1) University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, BSN program 2) Virginia Commonwealth University - (VCU), Trad BSN (2.5 years) or ASBN (19 months) 3) Bon Secours School of Nursing - BSN I'm aware that there accelerated MSN programs, but my preference is to do the BSN and then do a PhD bridge program. UNC has a BSN-PhD program so that's definitely a strong contender for me to consider. Look forward t hearing from you all.
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