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To become a good nurse do i need to go to collage or can i take nursing school? Would i have the same benefits ?

i want to know the best thing to become a good nurse but that wont take a lot of money. #nurse...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by cecilia S.
Jocelyn M. Walker | BSN, RN I would add that it is possible to move up in ...

What specific characteristics are required of registered nurses/nurse practitioners?

I'm studying to become a nurse practitioner, I would like to know more about the career and what types of tasks and responsibilities NP's have in the hospital setting....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Stephanie W.
Brittney Anderson, DNP, CPNP | Pediatric Nurse Practitioner & Legal Nurse Consultant at ... Nurse Practitioner roles vary greatly in the hospital setting. One can ...

Whats the difference in a nurse practioner and a physicans assistant?

I am trying to find the best career for me. #nurse-practitioner...

#physican

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Savana D.
Anup Sareen | Professional Over the last two decades, several new medical and healthcare professions ...

What inspires people to pursue medcine as a profession?

I am obsessed with the medical field and I love hearing healthcare providers stories. #nurse-practitioner...

#pediatric-nursing

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Savana D.
Hemanth L | Client Tech Support Sr. Associate at Dell Positives and Negatives of a Doctor's Job Like any other workers, ...

I am looking for help picking a speciality as a NP. What should I expect in a career in the Psych NP role?

As a acute care nurse, I work with thousands of patients a year. I float all over the hospital in my new role as a float nurse. I am currently pursuing my FNP degree and need some guidance about how to pick my area of interest. I originally wanted to purse psych but working with other...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

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Posted by Handan B.
Robert Smithing, MSN, APRN, FAANP | Family Nurse Practitioner Let me give you the advice that the department chairs of ...

What are the pros and cons of spending two years at a community college vs going straight to a 4-year university?

It applies to me personally, will it save money, is it the same quality education, will everything transfer #registered-nurses...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Hannah B.
Kimberly Reske Victory | Registered Nurse This is a great question! Personally- I completely support doing two ...

Nurse Practitioner Clinical Sites

The nurse practitioner online program that I am enrolled in requires the student to find clinical sites and preceptors. Are there any suggestions or comments regarding finding clinical placement? Thanks!...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Melanie H.
Robert Smithing, MSN, APRN, FAANP | Family Nurse Practitioner It turns out that this is a problem across the nation. ...

Nurse Practitioner New Gard job opportunities

I have learned the process for employment. Can the process start following graduation but before passing the boards or do you have to wait until after passing the boards? Where should a new grad look for employment opportunities? Any tips or suggests......

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Melanie H.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell Before you start, you need to network and with future employers ...

What kind of process would I have to go through in order to become a nurse practitioner?

I am going to be an incoming freshman and I'm majoring in nursing. In the future, my dream is to become a neonatal nurse practitioner. #nurse...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Chloe K.
Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center It depends on what nurse practitioner school you end up going ...

What were the most difficult classes you had to take in order to become a nurse?

I will be starting college in the fall and was wondering what my hardest classes will be. #nurse...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by brooke J.
Jocelyn M. Walker | BSN, RN That will likely be different for anyone you ask, particularly with ...

Will I be respected in the medical field as a nurse?

I have always wanted to be a nurse but every time I tell someone that they ask, “Why not a doctor?” And while I have no answer of why I don’t want to be a doctor, I’m worry as a nurse I won’t be respected in the medical field but only thought of being, “too dumb to be a doctor”...

#medicine #nurse-practitioner #doctor

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Active Jan 30 at 06:11

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Posted by Adalynn D.
amulya KS | --Dell If you have always wanted to be a nurse, then please ...

What education path to become a registered nurse is recommended the most? A bachelors or an associates degree?

I want to be a Nurse Practitioner and to my understanding I have to be licensed as an RN first and later move on to graduate school to get my title as a Nurse Practitioner. My question is if it is better to go to a four year university or community college to get my RN license. Will community...

#career-paths #nurse #nurse-practitioner

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Active Dec 20 '17 at 15:10

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Posted by Faviola.morfin .
Robert Smithing, MSN, APRN, FAANP | Family Nurse Practitioner To become a nurse practitioner (NP) you will always need to ...

What can I do to increase my chances of acceptance into a nurse practitioner program?

I am interested in becoming a nurse practitioner; what are some things I can do to increase my chances of getting accepted into good programs? #nursing #registered-nurses...

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Active Dec 05 '17 at 21:33

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Posted by Ronni C.
Haylei Lorca | Registered Nurse- Peds Psych, PMHNP Student Strong essays, shadowing NPs, RN experience, and a high GPA from ...

How many hours a week will a neonatal nurse practitioner work? What different responsibilities does a nurse practitioner have than a regular nurse?

I'm a senior in high school and i'm interested in becoming a nurse practitioner. I would like to make more than an regular nurse though need to have time for a family.#medicine...

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Active Nov 13 '17 at 11:03

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Posted by Victoria C.
Mary Clinton | Registered Nurse at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network As an NP you will probably do 8hour shifts multiple days ...

What is the best path to become a nurse practitioner?

I would like to be one #nurse #nurse-practitioner...

#healthcare

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Active Oct 20 '17 at 08:40

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Posted by Jacob D.
Ann Coughlan BSN RN CMSRN | Penn Medicine Pennsylvania Hematology/Oncology Med/Surg So I am currently a BSN RN CMSRN for Penn Medicine ...

What is it like in a day of a life as a full time student getting there pediatric nurse practitioner degree?

I'm 17 graduating in 2018. My career destination at the moment would be to pursue a major as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I'm taking some classes online right now and plan is to go to college as soon as a graduate high school. However I really am curious at the state of responsibility/ chaos...

#nurse-practitioner #college-stress

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Active Oct 01 '17 at 00:25

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Posted by Auburn M.
Felisha L. Norrington, LMSW | Higher Education Administrator| IT Student Information System Functional ... I've worked with nursing students for over 10 years. First a ...

A day in the life of a Full time student.?

I'm 17 graduating in 2018. My career destination at the moment would be to pursue a major as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I'm taking some classes online right now and plan is to go to college as soon as a graduate high school. However I really am curious at the state of responsibility/ chaos...

#nurse-practitioner #college-stress

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 13:32

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Posted by Auburn M.
Scott Amor | Tax Associate at PwC College is hard, no doubt about it. However, if you are ...

how do you keep your work between each patient organized ?

i want to learn how i can keep up with each patient's information #nursing #nursing-education...

#nurse-practitioner

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Active Aug 31 '17 at 10:11

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Posted by Diamond G.

Once you have received a Bachelors in Nursing, what are the steps to become a Nurse Practitioner?

I am currently a junior in high school and I am interested in becoming a nurse practitioner. However, I am unaware of the steps I need to take to become a nurse practitioner. #nursing...

#nurse-practitioner

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:59

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Posted by Sapna B.
Leah Evans | Graduate Admissions Coordinator at Houston Baptist University Sapna, After you graduate and pass your NCLEX you will typically ...

PA or Nurse Practitioner?

Of the two which one has a more appealing/promising career path in the next 10 years? #nurse-practitioner...

#physicians-assistant

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Alex W.
Robert Smithing, MSN, APRN, FAANP | Family Nurse Practitioner Hi Alex, both nurse practitioners and physician assistants have promising career ...

Is it a good idea for a nurse to know foregn languages?

I'm interested in minoring in multiple foreign languages. I will do so regardless, but I would like to know if it would be a good thing to have as a nurse. #nursing...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Kayla M.
Cielo Ortiz | Registered Nurse at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Being bilingual is absolutely helpful. I'm bilingual myself (English is not ...

As a Neonatal Nurse do u get to decide which level to work on?

I am currently in High School. I want to become a Neonatal Nurse and I am wondering if you are allowed to decide which level you want to work on. Do you get to work on one level or are you required to work on all three levels? #nursing #nurse-practitioner...

#neonatal

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:37

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Posted by Josephine R.
Jared Buescher | Registered Nurse at Boone Hospital Center I used to work in the Intensive Care Unit, but I ...

What can I be doing now, while in high school, to prepare for a major in nursing?

I have taken all the health science courses my school offers, and I'm signed up for CNA next year. I'm also in HOSA. What else can I do? #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner #hospital-and-health-care #medical...

#medicine

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Active Feb 11 at 09:33

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Posted by Hannah B.
Jenny Downey | RN JD Consider obtaining a CNA or EMT-B license and working in a ...

How do you evaluate success on being a nurse practitioner?

Doctors go beyond treating a patient when their love becomes their patients. May not know yet what it is like to be a doctor or a nurse practitioner, but this is why I ask this question. I believe any nurse can do their job. As in prescribing medications, treating any illness, and taking...

#nursing-school #nurse-practitioner #bachelors #hospital-and-health-care

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Active Nov 24 '17 at 20:35

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Posted by Elisa G.
Ahmad Keichour | Marketing Manager and Orthodontic head assisting @Dentistry 4 ... Being a nurse or physician assistant needs a great dedication to ...

What did is take to become a registered nurse (RN)?

I am planning on attending college for Nursing and I would like to know what that encompasses. #nursing #nurse #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner...

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Active Nov 14 '17 at 21:36

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Posted by Shaily F.
Barri Baas | Registered Nurse In a specific sense, you will have to complete prerequisites that ...

What should I major in if I want a career in nursing?

Hi, i'm asking because I would like to know what i'd have to major in so I can go to school to be able to have a career in nursing. #doctor #registered-nurses #nurse-practitioner...

#nursing-education

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Active Sep 20 '17 at 19:54

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Posted by Alexia E.
Shannon Muir | Higher Education: Residence Life, Financial Aid Hi, From my experience it depends on the school you attend ...

What is the most stressful aspect of being a nurse (Registered nurse, nurse practitioner)

Are nurses always on their feet? Do they have to work many night shifts? #nurse #nurse-practitioner...

#registered-nurse

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 14:57

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Posted by Stephanie W.
Kathleen Madden | Staff RN at Hunterdon Medical Center Being pulled in different directions at once, you must be able ...

I want to be a nurse practitioner. What steps do I need to take to become one?

I recently started taking high school prerequisites and have not yet started my Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I know that takes typically four years to finish, how long is the NP (Masters in Nursing) program? #nurse #registered-nurses...

#nurse-practitioner

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Stephanie W.
Jennifer Grawey | Regional Vice President, National Accounts It takes 2 years to get you NP after you have ...

How demanding is a job is emergency-care nursing?

I am currently deciding on which specialization I want to work towards- pediatic nursing or emergency-care nursing. #nursing #nurse #registered-nurses...

#nurse-practitioner

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Lyndsey O.
Nicole Ware | Registered Nurse/ Nurse Educator The best answer to this is what are your most passionate ...

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