I am a new graduate PMHNP-BC who is looking for her first job. My first offer has been a 1099 position which I am leaning against due to the lack of benefits and all the work that must be done before one would even see a cashflow. So, I continue to search and I have been looking at jobs that allow 4 10's or 5 8's. 3 12's would be nice but I don't believe I'd find that in an outpatient setting.
I am completing my PMHNP program and will be finished the end of April 2020. I noticed that Regis has a DNP Integrative Health program. I am wondering if there are other schools that offer this same program and if so could you share your experiences with the school. I am a current UMASS student and they do not offer this option for DNP.
Infinity_rn, almost all of my credits transferred over. In their Post-MSN program there is no limit on how many credits can transfer. They did want me to take another research class which didn't thrill me as I had completed this class for my Masters. I am in the middle of switching from Sage to UMASS online. I have withdrawn from Sage.
Hi, I know this is an old thread. I was searching for others who have experience with Regis college's online program as it is fairly new. I am glad to read that you are having a good experience. I am applying to their Post MSN Psychiatric NP program. I have started another Post MSN Psych NP program but the traveling is getting to be much with having to work and I think online would work better for me. How has school continued to go for you at Regis?
MiaLyse replied to nursing_student93's topic in NP Students
I am someone who is not comfortable with debt. I paid cash for my ADN, BSN, and MSN. I am also paying for the Post-MSN program that I am in now. I will have zero debt at graduation. I worked hard in order to do this but being debt free was worth it to me. I guess it is what you are comfortable with.
Thank you so much for listing the groups. I begin my PMHNP program this Fall. I have been officially accepted and can not wait to begin. :) My program is a Post MSN Family Psychiatric NP program. The groups will be helpful, I am sure. :)
MiaLyse replied to Oxygenforeverybody's topic in NP
I love psychiatry, have been working in psychiatry for years and I want to make a larger impact in the lives of my patients. I am grateful for the opportunity pending my acceptance into the program late March/early April. :)