Nurse Practitioner Bridge Programs

Nurse Practitioner Bridge Programs

To become a nurse practitioner, students usually need to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) and then continue their studies to obtain their Master’s Degree in Nursing (MSN). But what is the appropriate course to take if you didn’t realize that you wanted to work in the field of medicine and now want to completely change career paths? For those who didn’t obtain a BSN, do they have to return to school?

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Certified Medication Aide Classes and Requirements

Certified Medication Aide Classes and Requirements

A Career as a Certified Medication Aide is one way to further your studies after graduating as a CAN and acquiring some health care experience. Prospective students completing education can find work in one of many medical or social institutions such as long-term care homes, hospitals, and medical clinics as well as correctional facilities.

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