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  1. Hello, Is anyone working with the USPHS commissioned corps as a BSN nurse? Specifically in BOP? My school recently offered a partnership with the corps. Offering pay while I complete my degree (one year left) and secured job placement upon graduation with BOP. I am intrigued by the benefits but, it almost sounds too good to be true so, I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences they would like to share? I have done my research and plan to speak with a recruiter but I like to hear both sides. Also, during the BOP position could I be deployed if I am with the commissioned corps? I am confused about that.
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    FNP to Psych NP

    Thank you. So I should not go from an FNP to a psych NP? The college that is the sister school to my nursing program only offers an FNP. Their graduate school is regionally accredited but my current program is only accredited nationally and by the CCNE. unfortunately ASU won't accept that so I was trying to find a loophole but, it looks as though I may have to just settle with the FNP. I don't want to add unnecessary time like you stated.
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    Arizona

    I have, all I was able to find was what was within scope of a BSN. it listed dermal injections and botox with an medical esthetician certificate however, limited info on the medspa aspect and supervision. thank you for your help
  4. hello, I saw on a closed post regarding botox and derma fillers; in AZ you go to a medspa ran by an RN with her med esthencian license and doesn't need to work under a MD. I've been trying to loacte this information for arizona. do you know where I can find it?

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    FNP to Psych NP

    I am located in Arizona
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    FNP to Psych NP

    what is the best path to go from FNP to Psych NP? and how long would it take? I've been told from several colleges it would just be a specialization certification but, after researching it looks like it may be more than that.. im confused. can someone perhaps shed some light on the best way to achieve this would be?
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    Arizona

    Hello, I've been trying to do some research about performing cosmetic procedures like lip injections, botox etc. As a BSN I read about getting certified through the nation laser institute to do these. once I get certified am I able to work in my own cosmetic practice? I have tried looking all over the web and cannot seem to find distinct information that indicates weather or not I can do them without a physician being present. I have been told in Arizona a nurse can without supervision but I see nothing to support these claims. Does anyone know?
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    Aspen University

    Can you put me in touch with grads? I currently go to aspen and I’m loosing faith. It would be nice to talk to someone who graduated and where they’re at now.
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    Aspen University

    I have some questions. Are you graduated now? Was it hard to find a job because they’re not regionally accredited and what graduate school were you able to go to? I want my NP but many schools won’t acknowledge the degree from aspen. I already finished my pre req and I’m getting nervous because I’d have to retake everything if I try to get out of Aspen. I just want to be sure my degree will be acknowledged??
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    Aspen University

    For the MSN what school accepted the BSN from aspen? I’m currently in their core and I want to get my NP degree however the lack of accreditation has scared me. I don’t want to be stuck at a BSN and if I leave I’ll have to start over since no where takes their credits.
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    University of Aspen

    I’m currently in the BSN program. The only issue people have been running into is getting any degree outside of the BSN because it’s not accredited regionally.