The path into becoming a registered nurse was a very confusing process for me because there are three entry levels of nursing, the bachelors science nursing (BSN) degree route, the associate degree (AD) route, and the diploma in nursing, which is basically a hospital based nursing school (Black, 2010, p. 60). After observing the available options and doing research of the three different programs I decided to attend an AD program at Keiser University. The reason I went this route was because in two years of nursing education it permitted me start working in the clinical setting as a nurse. On April, 2015 I graduated Keiser University Orlando, and on May 2015 I obtained my RN licensure from the state of
Miami Dade College offers a variety of pathways to the ASN degree, as well as an RN to BSN program in which an already licensed nurse receives her bachelor’s degree. The cost of the ASN program can cost anywhere from eight to ten thousand dollars in Miami Dade College. Florida International University offers different pathways to the BSN program, including general, advanced (for students who already possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution) and RN to BSN. The BSN program offered at FIU can cost anywhere from sixteen to twenty thousand dollars. An ASN degree can be completed in 2 years or more, while the BSN program can be completed in 4 years or more.
CM-I certification requires sixty college credit hours or a high school diploma and 36 months of “direct, documented experience working with persons who live with mental illness and/or substance abuse issues. CM-II certification requires a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Education or a behavioral health related field of study, or any other field if the candidate is certified by the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA) or is actively progressing toward earning a Master’s or Doctorate degree. A registered nurse with experience in behavioral health care is also eligible to be certified as a CM-II. Candidates in Oklahoma are required to pass a web-based competency exam to become certified, and thereafter complete twelve annual hours of continuing education. However, education and credentials are only part of what makes a competent CM.
A pediatric clinical nurse specialist is a branch of medicine for children . A pediatric clinical nurse specialist (PCNS) is an advanced nurse that specializes with children (children from newborn to until they are eighteen). A pediatric clinical nurse has to go to a four year college or university. You need to have a at least your master’s degree and your BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). You also have to be a RN (registered nurse) to have this job.
She graduated from Shawnee State university in a Bachelor’s of Arts in Social Sciences and received her Maters at Marshall University in Counseling. The second questioned asked was how long she has been a clinical supervisor? She has been a supervisor for fourteen years. Question number three was her personal theory in clinical supervision. She discussed how she does not use just one theory of clinical supervision.
I have helped my mother, who is a CNA, with my uncle who has MS. When I was helping her was when I noticed that becoming a nursing assistant will be my long-term job. I have learned so much from my mother and other CNA’s. I want to continue my education, so I can help the people in need. This paper will explore the job description, requirements, and salary expectation, including the path for a nursing assistant.
One of my most important lifetime goals is to become a CRNA. A CRNA is an advanced registered nurse who has a board certification in anesthesia. Becoming a CRNA is very hard work and requires a lot of dedication and experience. As long as I can remember, it has always been clear to me that I want a job in the medical field. As soon as I entered high school, I started taking all the “medical” and science classes, such as principles of health science, that were required in order to take a CNA program, which is a certified nursing assistant, during my senior year.
To become a nurse practitioner you must have many educational requirements. You must first have either a high school diploma or your GED. You then must go to college and get your Master’s degree in nursing. Yet, you must also obtain and become a nationally registered nurse as well as a certified nurse practitioners.You can get this degree from many different colleges. Though, I would mostly want to get my degree from Clemson University.
I would like to be a nurse practitioner in the future. After I finish the practical nursing program, I would then need to study for a registered nurse certification. I could go to school for two years and achieve an Associate degree ADN or for four years for a Bachelor of Science in nursing BSN. Then enroll in a Master of Science in nursing program that specializes in a number of things like immunology, microbiology, pathology, pediatrics, emergency treatment, and anesthesia training. A Master 's degree lasts for two years.
I am applying to be considered for the graduate assistantship. I am currently working as a Resident Assistant (RA) for Grand Valley State University housing; I started working as an RA since August 2014. I have to be responsible and on call for more than 1000 students from different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. The Counselling Centre, the police department, and housing department in GVSU trained me to deal with crisis such as sexual assaults, suicide ideation and attempts, drinking, social justice issues, and roommate conflicts. Those trainings greatly helped me when I personally dealt with two residents who had motives to commit suicide.