Hi. I'm currently in an accel BSN program and was also accepted to the Master's program in which I can pick any NP specialty when the time comes. I went into this almost whole-heartedly thinking I wanted to become an FNP and work in primary care clinics/group practices. Now that I am getting exposure to the hospital setting during undergraduate clinicals, I kind of like the environment. I sometimes see NPs on my floor but I can't exactly tell what their role is. Is it likely that most of them are ACNPs? I'm trying to get an idea of what a hospital NP would do as compared to an RN, and compared to a physician... and also how they collaborate with each. My second question is... If I go for the ACNP (or another hospital specialty) and after a few years decide I want to move to primary care/family practice, is it easy to get post-masters certification as an FNP?