Published Jul 23, 2009
I have been in the Neurodiagnostics field for 13 yrs working the OR for all brain and spinal cord surgeries. I received a R. EEG T. certificate (only available at that time). To achieve an Allied Health Associates degree (60 credits) I have 30 credits (from EEG school) to specific colleges in my area plus 12 extra for english and psychology courses I've taken. But looking at jobs and where this type of degree can take me, I have no luck.
I'm thinking of changing and entering into nursing. I'm nervous to start feet first for a BS and do 4 straight years of this. Can someone please tell me if becoming an LPN than completing LPN-RN while working is good or a 2 yr Nursing school somewhere? Does anyone know if Allied Health credits help? Thank you.
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