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    If almost done with a MSN in 2015, grandfathered in?

    Dont be lulled into complacency by someone telling you It'll never happen and such. Don't be naive:yawn:
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    If almost done with a MSN in 2015, grandfathered in?

    I'm not sure if I am clear to many with my post. As others have answered, I'll agree that if you have graduated from a NP program that that would be sufficient to practice. But if you want to stop the schools from changing their programs to longer, more expensive programs and have that be the new requirement, you had better start to take action. The sooner, the better . If I were a student I would start an organization in my college, as well as contact and encourage every program in my state to do so. It's incredible how much effect such activity can have. :typing
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    If almost done with a MSN in 2015, grandfathered in?

    :redbeatheYou must remember that you have the power to change this! The time to take action is now! Don't wait until the programs have been changed. You must group together with other nurses and students as well as regular citizens and express what YOU WANT! If you behave like insects, you will be treated like insects! YOU DO HAVE POWER!!!:redbeathe :redbeatheIf you're not certain how to go about this, speak to an instructor of political science or government at your college. Possibly your state nursing board. Get petitions signed by citizens. It's crucial that we have as many practitioners as possible for the future. The NP with a MS degree is fully capable. The change is simply about fulfilling others ulterior motive. You're foolish to believe otherwise, no matter what poppycock someone tries to feed you. :redbeathe
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