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Nurse Practitioners Get Free Meals From Pharma, Too

During my time as a nurse practitioner student I was placed in multiple family practice clinical sites.  Everyday I woke up at 7am, rushed to shower and leave the house at 7:30 to make it to my clinical site by 8.

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MidlevelU's Nurse Practitioner Program of the Month June 2012

MidlevelU is proud to announce that the Nurse Practitioner Program of the month for June 2012 is Vanderbilt University.

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Midlevel U's Top 5 Nurse Practitioner Programs

You have decided you want to become a nurse practitioner.  Which nurse practitioner program do you choose?

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Controversy Over the Word "Doctor"

Since the implementation of the DNP degree, "doctors" have become concerned according to the New York Times Health Blog.  They worry that nurses with a doctorate degree using the title "doctor" will begin

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Happy Memorial Day! What You Can Do As A Nurse Practitioner to Serve Our Country

Happy Memorial Day!  Thank you to all of those who have fought to protect us here in the United States and to their families who have supported them.  As a nurse practitioner, what can you do for your country?  There are some amazing careers available to nurse practitioners in the

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Bridge Programs... What are They?

Bridge programs allow students without a nursing degree to enter a nurse practitioner program.

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Why I Like Being a Nurse Practitioner and You Should Become One

I am thrilled I chose a career as a nurse practitioner and recommend it to almost everyone!

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MidlevelU's Nurse Practitioner Program of the Month May 2012

 

MidlevelU's Nurse Practitioner Program of the Month May 2012: University of Virginia

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