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 colleg
Hi, I am a sophomore who is interested in being a neonatal nurse. I know that obtaining a BSN takes longer so would it be best to start off with that one and obtain a MSN later when I am working to gain the experience that is needed?
I am a sophomore thinking about becoming a Neonatal Nurse rather than an OBGYN. I think working with sick babies would be really sad for me, but it is something I would love to do. Is it still a job that I should pursue?
I am a sophomore who is interested in learning about all the different jobs in the medical field. Is being a Neonatal Nurse fun or difficult? What is a typical day like? How many years of schooling is needed?
I know that there are different types of nurses. However, I would like to work with children because I believe I work and bond well with children, Specifically, would I just qualify as a register nurse and work from there?
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