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indomie23 specializes in ICU, CCU.

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    What are the Best Urgent Care NP Residencies?

    Thanks for your reply, however, this is for RN, not NP, residencies which I am looking for.
  2. I was wondering if there are any alumni or current students, or anyone that has knowledge about the school that can give their advice and experience on the program there!
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    Northern Kentucky University

    If you're in the program, how are you liking it so far? I am interested in their FNP program.
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    Northern Kentucky University online MSN reviews

    Found about anything else of the program so far? I am interested too.
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    United States university FNP

    Can you provide me the link to this information?
  6. Just wondering, which school did you transfer to that accepted your credits?
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    Simmons MSN-FNP September 2017

    How do you like it so far? I am waiting for a decision for this Sept! Please let me know!
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    Name some part time work for NP's

    How do you get a job like that right out of FNP school?
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    Input on Simmons FNP online?

    I am considering my online options to pursue a MSN-FNP. Looking for a two year, full-time program (hoping to get in this Fall still). Current students/alumni/applicants, how was your experience with Simmons MSN-FNP online program? I have read several threads on it, but couldn't seem to find more current reviews of the program. Any other school suggestions welcome. Thanks!
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    Which online RN-BSN to do?!

    EDIT: In the past hour..haha, I have done some research, and I apparently can't enroll into UTA, as I am in TN and from WA. I have also read some UTA vs WGU forums, and it looks like WGU is the more convenient one. I have also read that a few grad schools that I am interested in attending in the future, accept WGU BSN grads, but I do not know to what degree. Nonetheless! I am still hesitant about the WGU pass/fail grade affecting my GPA when I apply to grad schools, mainly. And, I would like to know of any schools you know that are comparable if not better than WGU in your opinion/research.
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    Which online RN-BSN to do?!

    Here is my current background: I have my ADN, RN license, and will start an ICU residency next month in the state of TN. I'll likely be placed either in CCU or MICU, and I will also be cross-trained in Dialysis. I will be on a contract of one year, starting next week. I went to school here in TN, and now working, but I am from WA state. My current plan is to get my BSN asap, considering travel nursing after my contract year, become an APN, a NP or CRNA (not sure yet, but I will shadow, etc.). I want to settle in WA, with CA coming in second. So, what is a good, affordable, reputable, online RN-BSN program I should take? I have heard about WGU and UTA. I am hesitant with WGU because of the 3.0 GPA pass/fail effect. Don't know too much about UTA, but have heard good things about it. So I would like to know other programs as well. I am also considering length of program. I want to start now, as my grace period is next month, but I may request forbearance. Please share your experiences and advice, especially if you are/were a student of an online RN-BSN program. THANK YOU! :)
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    Explain process to becoming a NP

    Thank you again for your response. Sorry, I meant to say that UW now offers only the Doctorate degree for FNP. They made the switch to the DNP recommendation. I meant to ask if it's a good idea to get an Associated in Nursing, to get a license as an RN, and then begin my work experience from there. I have started, and will continue to look at those forums! Thank you so much for your advice and help, God bless!
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    Explain process to becoming a NP

    Ok, will do! Thank you so much for your response! I have just started on my first year of prereqs. This is my first quarter as a college student. I just really want to be on top of the ball before it begins. I'm from WA state, and I have the option to attend UW. At UW the DNP program will be for 3 years, and it is a required degree to become a FNP. Is a CRNA program more difficult to enter than a DNP program? I need some advice: Is best if I obtained an RN license and started working in 2 years(Associates)? So that way I can earn better money, and have more experience. Or should I wait until I receive my BSN? Also, if you know, what are the advantages of being a male nurse, or nurse practitioner? What are the disadvantages? Thank you again!
  14. Hello,I am a freshman in college seeking to become a Nurse Practitioner. Not sure which specialty to go into, but I am looking into Family practice, anesthetic nurse, acute care...I am also a male by the way. I am still developing knowledge about he nursing field, but through more research, job shadowing, etc ill learn more. My question is how long does it take to become a NP? Considering the amount of school, experience required, and the new recommendation for a DNP by 2015.Thank you so much!
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    A male Nurse Practitioner: What are your thoughts?

    I'm sorry for the jumbled sentencing, I originally spaced out the sentences, but it didn't turn out.
  16. I am debating on whether I should become a NP or a PA. I've been researching on both professions on the Internet and elsewhere all summer, and I look forward to finally being able to job shadow these two positions as they will show me a much clearer picture of these two. I ultimately want to help others through the healthcare field. So I have a few questions to ask those experienced and knowledgeable. I want to stress that you don't need to answer all of my questions, just the one(s) you believe you can give the best answer to. Education:-How long is does it take to become a NP today, preferably after 2015? Before answering, if you can, please consider the new educational requirements set for becoming a NP by 2015. If I am not mistaken, I hear that in order to become a NP one must achieve a DNP by 2015. Will that be true for most programs by 2015? Which is more flexible, less time consuming, more convenient; NP or PA school? Can I still be able to work as an NP student? With what you've seen, how does a male benefit in the nursing model, especially as a NP? What are the advantages? (As in job opportunity, social work environment, benefits, etc) What is the typical position a fresh NP grad will take up? What will the approx. pay be? Through my research I've only seen salaries of experienced workers, not no-experience ones. -Why be a NP over a PA? If you can take up a male perspective, please do. -I do have many more questions, but I'll leave with this last request: What would be your encouragement/advice for me? Thank you so much guys and God bless!

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