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Nurse |medic interested in patient care and educational topics.

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  1. Flightmed123

    PMHNP

    Cont. -HNP or AGACNP. Some say dual is a waist but I’m pondering work life balance now. What could you do with these combinations as well?Suggestions?
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    PMHNP

    Any good use of doing a dual concentration to battle the hours or be more marketable? If so, do you all suggest FNP/PM
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    PMHNP

    Hi FullGlass, thanks for your comment. Wow, 12 hours shift would be great.... I was under the impression only 8 hrs per day.
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    PMHNP

    Wow. Total shame? I have not experienced any psych specialty yet to chime in or confirm this. But i'm sure their credentials are quite extensive.
  5. Flightmed123

    PMHNP

    Great info! Thanks
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    PMHNP

    Thanks myoglobin, ASN, BSN, MSN. I have heard this reasoning when comparing FNP to ACNP regarding shifts but not PMHNP. Do you know what states facilitate the ability to run own psych practice? ; great thought might I add. I will review Psych dude material via YouTube for more insight.
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    PMHNP

    Lately I've been entertaining the idea of PMHNP other than critical care. I enjoy nursing in the critical care arena but also think I may enjoy mental health as a future provider. May be a good move in the future. Mental health professionals; NPs specifically chime in...…… Of course I plan to shadow all grad school prospects on the way to decisioning #pondering
  8. Flightmed123

    ACNP vs CRNA

    Good points! I agree with gathering research and making the right decision which is my best interest now in terms of where I am currently, seeking path and best interest, however, I think it is huge if you get into a market that requires both that aids financially for family with a emphasis of being impactful to bettering the systems outcomes in terms of Nursing Services for APRN. Than again, we have PhD dissertation for that in terms of researchers so who knows. I guess it’s hard to justify other than hear those who done it speak out. Speaking for self if I was interested and met the requirements now, I would start shadowing the medicine model if I wasn’t with a system to make it all make sense or justify to self why am spending this amount time from family when I could get a better outcome for myself in terms of not working and compensating for time lost and complicated requirements during the path traveled. “Each is on” I would think.
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    Juan de la Cruz, MSN, RN, NP Exactly! In regards to your conclude. This is my objective... research, research, listen, and observe practice. I’m interested in hearing those with an combination as well.
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    Absolutely!!!!!!
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    Murseman24, BSN, RN Im not sure that I would want to go back for CRNA afterward NP unless there is a dual program and my research of market availability fits. Although I don't have a interest in medicine model with that track and requirements it would make since for me to go to medical school or do CRNA first to compensate time and financial. Good idea though for which market I fall in and work responsibility. Thanks for thoughtful contribution.
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    adventure rn, BSN "variety" is one of many pros I have on the list in order to differ prior shadowing in. Thanks for joining the group message. Helpful indeed
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    "I find my role as a Critical Care NP as a middle ground that hits the right spot between being involved in the cerebral and problem solving approach to medicine and managing patients yet still being able to maintain close working relationships with fellow nurses at the bedside without having to perform the busy tasks that goes along with the bedside nursing role. I find that as a bedside nurse, sometimes those tasks can sometimes take away from being able to sit back and analyze what's really going on with the patient." Great Perspective!!!!!
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    Nurse Practitioner

    Thanks for sharing info on NP fellowships, will definitely look into this. From more research NPs sound to have a bright future based on baby boomer population and MD shortage. As you implied for this reason I can see a problem with job security once the market is further saturated. Great factors to consider. Will add to my further pondering, note taking and more answers to seek for ultimate decisioning down the path traveled. Thanks again!
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    ACNP vs CRNA

    JBMmom, MSN: Thanks for sharing your perspective. Also sharing the different roles help me a lot for research and supply/demand. I wish you the best of luck in your new soon to be career. You seem to be very knowledgeable and by saying this u will rock in this profession.
  16. Flightmed123

    Nurse Practitioner

    I enjoy reading lab values and breaking down data in comparison to patho, advocating for patient and reassessing education needs. I also would enjoy being able to carry over my advance skills from medic life and adding this to an APRN role in future. Ex. Central lines, intubation etc. This is one reason NP is a good choice down the road. What do you think NPs ?????
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