I've been in the medical field for over 20+ years, recently decided to return to school to obtained my RN. Spouse finally retired from Military, children are on their way to leaving the nest egg, what better time, plus I was awarded a full-scholarship
for a 2 year program. I recently worked as a Certified Medical Assistant at several Military installations, Tramua Unit, and Family Practice setting. My first class for this semester has been Microbiology with A&P combined. Oh my GOD! So overwelming.
So many of my fellow co-workers, Doctors, Nurses, Medical Receptionist that I worked with in the pass, encourage me to continue my education to become a nurse. There were nurses that I worked with that really didn't know my education background, thought that I was already a RN. "Work ethic beyond that of a Medical Assistant. " I was told.
Somedays I have second thoughts on is this truly wha I want, is this all worth it in the end. Somedays I can really vison me going across the stage in my :mortarboard: being awarded my BSN. Some one please talk to me. Is this normal?