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Tinabeanrn has 9 years experience and specializes in family nurse practitioner.

I have been a RN since 2004. Worked Med/Surg for 2 year then ICU and critical care for 6 years. I have also done Hospice for a year and home care for one year PRN. I love nursing. I am currently working as a FNP in a family practice office and I round on pts in the hospital as well :).

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  1. cheapest DNP online

    I found out the answer to the question. The all time cheapest place to get you DNP is the Missouri State University. It's about 9k for the entire program and the program is 4 semesters full time. It looks really hard to get into and hard to get throu...
  2. Wilmington University DNP Program

    Anyone else here attending Wilmington University's DNP program. Today is my first day! I'm excited and nervous at the same time. i am in cohort 7. Would love to hear from anyone in the program or interested in the program. Thanks in advance!
  3. cheapest DNP online

    Did you ever find an affordable program?
  4. Pros and Cons of the DNP

    Hello all of my nursing friends. I am debating on obtaining my DNP. Currently working as a FNP in a holistic family practice, teaching clinical in a FNP program and will currently start teaching a FNP class on campus. The Dean of the school highly re...
  5. Utter nonsense

    I couldn't agree more. I wish they would revamp the entire program or split it and have one that is clinic based and the other like it is now for those whom chose to go that route. Its a shame too because I really want to go back to school but I can'...
  6. Does any NP regret becoming one

    I really do enjoy being a NP but some of the restrictions in my state ( MI) make it really hard to practice the way my pts need me too. I would look at the states rules before becoming a NP. There are a lot of things to consider.
  7. Calling all Michigan NP's

    So today I got a letter from CVS stating that I will no longer be able to write for medications containing Hydrocodone after Oct the 6th. Needless to say this is going to impact my practice tremendously and limited my practice even more than it alrea...
  8. Anyone working as an Independent Contractor?

    Thank you guys all for replying. It means a lot. It does actually end up being a raise because I had no benefits before so I had nothing to lose. He was supposed to Give me 2K in CME's but never gave it to me. I had to get my own Medical benefits at ...
  9. Anyone working as an Independent Contractor?

    Hello. I have been working in this holistic family practice for a year now. I was leaving but my boss gave me an extra day off per week and is increasing my pay significantly!! Yay right! But he said he wants me to be an "Independent Contractor" and ...
  10. Failed the AANP and ANCC

    Hum..wantingtobfnp The ANCC is a hard exam to tell you how to study for. My friends took it, Leik really wont help you. Please get out your research book and your theory book. Thats your best bet because the vast majority will be on those two topics....
  11. Failed the AANP and ANCC

    Im always available to talk. But I didn't fail the exam. .I saw this thread a long time ago and commented in order to comfort others you can feel free to inbox me your number
  12. Failed the AANP and ANCC

    Just id's when I went. Call them and ask. I'm sure they have your att
  13. Failed the AANP and ANCC

    Don't stress...I know its easier said than done. Keep studying. You don't need any more study materials. They will send you a letter letting you know your score and where you need to strengthen. Get a study partner. Dust yourself off and take it ag...
  14. Failed the AANP and ANCC

    RNOB, did you feel prepared for the test? How did you prepare?
  15. Don't do too much! AANP is very different than that other test. Fitzgerald and Leik are enough. Get a study partner.