About One DNP

I earned my "terminal practice" degree in nursing from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in a journey of excitement and challenge. It inspired me to advocate for an all encompassing clinical credential rather than continuing the hodgepodge of nonsensical initials. I hope these entries will provide entertainment and insight into the Doctor of Nursing Practice experience, which will soon be the entry standard for all advanced practice nurses.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

¡Viva, Terminado y Voladores!

It is off to Spain in a few hours . . . well, off to a 6 hour layover in Atlanta and THEN Spain. I get to play journalist for a week by gorging on cured meats and stomping through vineyards. But the biger point is:

  • Group Meta-Analysis Project: Done and Sent to Project Leader
  • Health Economics Paper: Done and Submitted
  • PMH Pediatrics Quiz: Done with 100%
  • PMH DB Posts for This/Next Week: Done
  • APNA Slide Presentation: Done and Uploaded
  • APNA Post Test Questions: Done and Submitted

Which means the only thing I ran out of time to do was pre-write my Health Economics DB posts for next week. Unless I want to stay up another 3 hours and pull an all nighter . . . which I don't. But I probably will anyway. 

I think I have put on 5 years in the last 12 months.

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