I went to an RN to BSN program. Waste of my time. One day a week for 3 years and was geared for working RNs in mind. I had been an RN 20 years when I went. The rhythm coffin. They had me going to a clinic doing TB test. I had only done hundreds of them in the hospital. Total waste. Only class I learned something in was Research. I told the teachers this as well.
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BScN has one of the highest fail rates where I’m from and is one of the hardest programs to complete and to get into. Most nursing programs take about 50-80 students. The rhythm coffin. This year the school I’m attending had over a thousand applicants. 200 were taken for a waitlist and 75 admitted. Out of those you’ll see maybe 20-30 actually finish and get a career.
It’s really hard to compare degrees in terms of what is hardest. I don’t think nursing is the hardest degree out there. Nothing I’ve learned so far has been beyond what I can understand. However, the amount of work assigned each week is way more than for my previous major, and the time period for nursing school is usually shorter than many other health science degrees. I think the best way to explain it is that it’s more information than can be memorized about a variety of topics. It takes critical thinking to recognize the most important info and apply that to figure out the rest.
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I wonder how many nurses catch your errors on a daily basis and save the lives you could have killed. And who do you go to for report on your patients? I love my docs but they love me too bc a humble doctor who doesn’t think he’s playing god knows he can’t do his job without his nurses. My doc last week prescription an SSRI for a patient on azilect for Parkinson’s which drug class is an MAOI and I caught it and notified him…. but we’re just nurses.
my father was an engineering professor, and he said he always thought the engineering students had it hardest until I got into nursing school. I lived at home in college, so I had it much easier than a lot of the other students, and still averaged only 3 hours of sleep a night, including weekends, because of the challenging curriculum.