besaangel

besaangel ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP

Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient
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besaangel has 5 years experience as a ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP and specializes in Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient.

MSN-FNP!

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  1. UTRGV Mental Heatlh NP program??

    Considering applying for next year
  2. Good area to relocate to?

    Baylor and Parkland
  3. Relocating..? So scary!

    Come to Texas
  4. How I Passed the AANP :D

    Congrats
  5. Patho was repetitive IMHO
  6. Travel Nursing as a New Grad

    There is a travel company (atlas, I think) that hired newer nurses and puts them in an internship for a year before sending them to various assignments.
  7. Unprofessional recruiter- need advice

    Try to get another recruiter from the same company- talk to the manager. It just sounds like a bad apple...
  8. What 3 classes should i take together?

    Id suggest Chem, anatomy, and nutrition first
  9. Any online schools find NP preceptors for you?

    Try Simmons... expensive but places you clinically.
  10. Which route? ? FNP or AGPCNP

    FNP is most marketable for sure... Check your local market to see what the job prospects are but consider each option carefully as you dont want to choose a restrictive option unless you're very sure. All the best!
  11. Walden vs IRSC or Something Better?

    WHIch three? May I ask
  12. FNP program South University, Richmond Virginia?

    I'm talking to them now and their pass rates have been low. 66% @ 2016
  13. FNP program South University, Richmond Virginia?

    I'm talking to them now and their pass rates have been 2015 80% and 2016 76% first time
  14. Present Starting Salary for Christiana Care RN

    About $26 at CC. If you are having a hard time getting in, try Select Specialty or Maxim (they hire new grads and pay pretty decent)
  15. I almost went to FHSU but opted not to due to the formatting of their program which would require a semester of classes THEN applying for the RN-BSN portion. I didn't see the point nor was comfy with wasting a semester while doing admissions. Additio...