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Polly Peptide

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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from Mrsvirgomama in NP Salaries   
    I personally think it would be helpful if people would add what general area of the country they live in, if the OP agrees. It gives weight/relevance to salary info.
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    Polly Peptide reacted to KaylaRNfromMN in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    Thanks! And yes the verbiage is confusing! You’re correct about the requirements and yes of course I’m an ER RN. I do not have my BSN, so I’ll be doing the ADN-MSN entry options. Which requires PreSpecialty courses for 2 semesters before I begin the MSN coursework. There is a non RN PreSpecialty option too. But like you said, that wouldn’t be an option for the ENP specialty. 🙂
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from ajwaid17 in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    They publish the average numbers accepted into each specialty on their website in the FAQ section, within each specialty area.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from ajwaid17 in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    They publish the average numbers accepted into each specialty on their website in the FAQ section, within each specialty area.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from Mrsvirgomama in NP Salaries   
    I personally think it would be helpful if people would add what general area of the country they live in, if the OP agrees. It gives weight/relevance to salary info.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from prenursing23456 in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    😲 I didn't know anyone was double the price of Vanderbilt!!
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from Bri_Moniquie in FNP Duke, BSN- MSN/DNP Fall 2019   
    Hmm.  I applied to the FNP track, MSN only.  I applied a little late in the process, but only after I received an email from them saying it wasn't too late and to please finish my application.  I got everything in in December.  I got an email inviting me to a webinar in early March regarding the program.  But that's it.  No email for an interview.  I hate not knowing anything!
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from GraceOnly in FNPagnpFNPFNP....no it's AGNP   
    Maybe they are thinking of the old ANP certification when saying this stuff?
    Honestly...I have to say I don't totally understand the thinking behind the consensus model decision to keep the FNP cert when they added in the new population-specific certifications for AG-PCNP, AG-ACNP, the same for peds, etc.  Why keep a primary care certification for all ages?  I can only assume it is useful for rural areas?
    It causes confusion in the decision-making process.  Most people are given that advice - get your FNP so you are marketable.  But then that is not the actual INTENT of the consensus model at all.
    Anyway.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from GraceOnly in FNPagnpFNPFNP....no it's AGNP   
    Maybe they are thinking of the old ANP certification when saying this stuff?
    Honestly...I have to say I don't totally understand the thinking behind the consensus model decision to keep the FNP cert when they added in the new population-specific certifications for AG-PCNP, AG-ACNP, the same for peds, etc.  Why keep a primary care certification for all ages?  I can only assume it is useful for rural areas?
    It causes confusion in the decision-making process.  Most people are given that advice - get your FNP so you are marketable.  But then that is not the actual INTENT of the consensus model at all.
    Anyway.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from HiFive in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    I can't confirm that it's $7,000, but if I recall, it is awarded upon admission.  Either that or closely on the heels of admission.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from HiFive in Vanderbilt MSN 2019   
    You do not have to apply separately.  It's a basic amount they give due to the general cost of the school.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from GraceOnly in FNPagnpFNPFNP....no it's AGNP   
    Maybe they are thinking of the old ANP certification when saying this stuff?
    Honestly...I have to say I don't totally understand the thinking behind the consensus model decision to keep the FNP cert when they added in the new population-specific certifications for AG-PCNP, AG-ACNP, the same for peds, etc.  Why keep a primary care certification for all ages?  I can only assume it is useful for rural areas?
    It causes confusion in the decision-making process.  Most people are given that advice - get your FNP so you are marketable.  But then that is not the actual INTENT of the consensus model at all.
    Anyway.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from Mrsvirgomama in NP Salaries   
    I personally think it would be helpful if people would add what general area of the country they live in, if the OP agrees. It gives weight/relevance to salary info.
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    Polly Peptide got a reaction from Mrsvirgomama in NP Salaries   
    I personally think it would be helpful if people would add what general area of the country they live in, if the OP agrees. It gives weight/relevance to salary info.
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