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NICURNSF has 10 years experience and specializes in NICU.

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  1. I've been a NICU RN for almost 10 years. Since the start of my career I have held the goal of one day obtaining my DNP in order to become an NNP. While I am excited at the prospect of returning to school I just don't know that I am ready to take on the awesome responsibility of being an NNP. I feel like I have almost hit a plateau in my career and I feel like I should wait until I feel like I am crushing it at work before going back to school. I'm good at starting IVs but I'm not the go-to person for IVs. I love aquity but I'm not considered one of the super stars at work. I feel like I could be ready and it would be a shame to delay going back to school for much longer but I also don't feel like its a slam dunk decision for me. Are there NNP's out there that could give insight as to how they knew they were ready to go back to school and be an NNP? Do you ever really know if you're truly ready?

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