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by Don
02 Dec 2011, 13:16
Forum: Student Network
Topic: RN to BSN
Replies: 5
Views: 38785

Re: RN to BSN

RN is a professional certification. (Registered Nurse). BSN is a degree earned from a nursing school or a college. (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). Once you earn your BSN degree, you can easily become an RN. But earning a BSN degree doesn't automatically make you an RN. You would still need to pass...
by Don
02 Dec 2011, 13:15
Forum: INP/APN Network
Topic: NP in the UK
Replies: 4
Views: 14682

Re: NP in the UK

You need to of course first complete your Nurse training; there are two routes, the Diploma or Degree. For the Diploma you need 5 GCSE's at grade A-C, for the Degree you will need to have A levels. The training in the UK is 3 years in duration. If your aim is to be a Nurse Practitioner, I would advi...
by Don
02 Dec 2011, 13:14
Forum: Nursing Education Network
Topic: Nursing as a Discipline
Replies: 4
Views: 15354

Re: Nursing as a Discipline

I just got done reading a ton of threads where nurses have been disciplined very harshly by the board. Countless threads go on to tell a story of a nurses life turned upside down due to a past substance abuse problem or because of having a criminal history. In alot of these cases, the consequences a...

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