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MikeFNPC is a MSN and specializes in FNP.

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    New York and Kansas

    With NY and Kansas becoming the 25 and 26th to grant full practice authority, I was thinking that when I graduated in 2014, there were 30 something states that had FPA. Have some gone back?
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    DEA license in Texas

    Wait for your first job.
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    Nurse Practitioner

    I do exactly what the doctors I work with do. No difference at all.
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    NP Please help!!

    Admin needs to remove this thread. Obviously, it's someone baiting the NP profession.
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    NP Please help!!

    Is this even a real post?
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    Are you ACTUALLY supervised???

    I'm in Texas and I have a collaborative agreement with a supervision physician, I have no idea what she does. She gets a lot of money for doing nothing, I know that. It's just another way physicians can make money. There is no other reason for the...
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    Gift Idea for Preceptor?

    When I was in school, I gave one of my male preceptors (who him and his wife had been trying to get pregnant) a pair of camouflaged underwear so he could sneak up on her, LOL! Of course it was a lighthearted gift between men, but wouldn't you know, ...
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    Gift Idea for Preceptor?

    I'd give something based on the length of time with the preceptor. If it's only 40 hours or so, I'd give a $20 gift card to somewhere that they go. If it's more, I'd give more. My wife was with someone for about a year (because of Covid). We gave...
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    CME sites

    I think I'm going to use ceufast.com. You can take the courses for free, and to get credit it's $39 for a year access. I'm going to look into it a little further.
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    CME sites

    I do use UTD, but I don't think I can get the specific courses that Texas requires through that source alone.
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    CME sites

    I did a search and wasn't able to find a good answer. Is there a good "one stop site" for getting all the required CME's? For example, in Texas, we need: Alzheimer's and Dementia Controlled Substances: A Prescriber Guide Dependent A...
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    NP salary/pay let’s be transparent

    Afterhours and weekend clinics.
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    Massachusetts now has Full Practice Authority

    Just saw that. So happy for them. Can't wait for it to come to Texas, if ever.
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    Advice please: Primary care RN to FNP (possibly oncology NP)

    I'm not sure I understand what you're asking.
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    NP salary/pay let’s be transparent

    Primary care, 40 hours, 150k after bonus, 5k CME, 150 hours PTO not including about 8 holidays, 5 yrs experience, Texas. Lots of opportunities for OT, but would rather spend time with the family.