Jump to content


Member Member
  • Joined:
  • Last Visited:
  • 318


  • 0


  • 6,513


  • 0


  • 0


wayemika's Latest Activity

  1. wayemika

    PhD Nursing Education

    than you for the honest reply. I really needed this information from all of you. they always tell us to continue going for the PhD no matter what. But i suspected its to keep the revenue coming into the schools of new students.
  2. wayemika

    Capella vs WGU

    for free do it. I liked the quality of education and access to professors. Im signed up to do my PhD with them in January.
  3. wayemika

    Capella vs WGU

    I did the RN to MSN from 2013-2015. it was cheaper then but still i felt it was expensive. the professors and staff were helpful with school, references and all for getting employed. That being said ifthe price has gone up that much i would pick wgu. you dont want massive student loan debt.
  4. wayemika

    PhD Nursing Education

    My friend and I worry about this. We are being pushed to do a PhD in nursing education because it will supposedly make us more employable. But we feel like this may not be the case. It feels like most places already have nursing professors.
  5. wayemika

    PhD Nursing Education

    Do we really have a need for PhD Nursing Education majors? some of my work mates are considering this but wondering if it will lead to employment.
  6. wayemika

    what's the entry salary nowadays for a dialysis RN?

    is this NYC? or like Albany
  7. wayemika

    Work hours per week for nursing instructor?

    I know what Im doing is volunteering in the community to teach in order to gain experience until a position opens.This might be helpful for you.
  8. wayemika

    Capella vs WGU

    WGU is cheaper. I did a MSN through capella. But it did cost me much more than WGU so thats a down side
  9. wayemika

    Capella MSN Leadership FlexPath

    I haven't done flex path but I did a RN to MSN through Capella and felt like it prepared me for working in industry.
  10. wayemika

    RN PAY dialysis

    North Florida 32 a hour
  11. wayemika


    So I Have been working with one of the big 2 for about 7 months now in Acutes and Im starting to feel comfortable with HD thanks to having critical care experience. But Im supposed to be learning PD/CRRT so I can get checked off soon but the training is very inconsistent due to me only being able to train when we have a patient thats on one of those. Do any of you have any times to learn these modalities or books/online material that will help?
  12. wayemika

    Leaving nursing

    If you want to leave nursing take your time and do classes for something different on your off days. Im slowly working on my electrical engineering degree and still working as a nurse giving it everything i have when im on the clock. Doing whatever i can for my patients. Keep that job so you can keep paying your bills/student loan.
  13. wayemika

    Oversupply of Nurse Practitioners

    Alot of people seem to be going back for the STEM careers that relate to technology. I know I am :)
  14. wayemika

    Oversupply of Nurse Practitioners

    This really is good and insightful advice
  15. wayemika

    In the ICU, do you get a tech?

    It sucks working in unsafe conditions but depending on where you stay that's all that's available. And when you have bills to pay and kids to take care of you know it's hard to turn the job down. Many places you go it's all about them making money. Not about the patients or the staff.
  16. wayemika

    Working conditions

    I know in our area we have a problem with them still talking down to us. But its not at every hospital i float to.

This site uses cookies. By using this site, you consent to the placement of these cookies. Read our Privacy, Cookies, and Terms of Service Policies to learn more.