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We have bachelor's, master's, and "doctoral" degrees, but not "masteral."
Also, no such phrase as "newly grad." The correct phrase is "new grad" (the adjective "new" describes the noun "grad") or "newly graduated" (the adverb "newly" describes the predicate adjective "graduated").
Anyway, this is off topic but glad to know.
Ano bang advantage kapag nag Masters sa Nursing or mas maganda kung mag Medicine na lang
im currently taking up my master's degree in a university here in our place. i also had the same question when i was planning to enroll in MAN.
i guess that we enhance our being nurses by pursuing further education in our field.. medicine is just a whole different world for me..i'd have to start all over again, go back to square 1..hehe! that's why i opted to pursue master's.
whatever makes u feel more comfortable then go for it!
if sa autism ko gusto maging bihasa, san ako, psych o mcn o meron talaga MSN for autism? sa ue ko napupusuan magmasters...
may I just your opinion if its good for a nurse to take a non-nursing but healthcare related Master's degree?
MAN/MSN is not into my mind right now because I want to explore a broader field of health care, not just Nursing..but i'm not closing the idea of doing MAN/MSN someday..
so my choices (if ever I'll pursue a graduate studies, coz i just got accepted for a nursing position abroad):
UERM - Master of Science in Public Health
UP - Master of Occupational Health, then apply for COHN-S certification (USA)
St. Luke's - Master of Science in Molecular Medicine
I'm planning to take my Master's, but I want to major in Psychiatry. Can you recommend good schools where I can enroll, after i finish my one year clinical experience in the Psychiatric Ward?
the only one I know of, so far, is UP Manila
for working peeps.
i believe UPOU (UP Open University) is offering MAN. the good thing is its through distance learning/education. so you can still work while studying.
and itll be credited i think. just google it, and youll see the requirements. medyo light lang. kayang kaya.
psycheartry: FEU offers MAN, Major in Psychiatric Nursing
Can you guys suggest a good research topic in Medical-Surgical Nursing? Ginigisa na kame ng prof namin
A world of caution though. Distance learning is HEAVILY dependent on intrinsic motivation and discipline. You must have a clear understanding on how you learn and what keeps you going. Some people prefer the impetus (drive) provided by the classroom environment while others as self-driven. Consider that first before you sign up for a distance learning course.
just wanna share my thoughts...
i took up MAN this sem, pero i stopped. haha!
ewan ko ba, feeling ko kasi maling desisyon yung pinasok ko...
kakapasa ko lang kasi last nov. 2008. wala pa ako work experience whatsoever nung nag try ako mag MAN, ayun! out of place palagi! haha!
since lahat g classmates ko e kung hindi sa hospital a nasa academe sila... sobrang nanliliit ako sa sarili ko.
nung first meeting nga namin inintroduce namin sarili namin.
lahat sila puro "Good morning, im mr. x, im 25 y/o, and im working as a C.I. blah blah blah..."
nung ako na, natawa sila sa akin when i said na jobless po ako.
haha! ayun na!
after how many sessions, tumigil na ako. haha!
mali ba yung desisyon na mag MAN agad after passing the boards?
hayyyy! hirap ng sitwasyon ng mga bagong RN, parag ligaw na kaluluwa. haha!
May expiry ba talaga ang masters?
Baka may grad dito ng PLM?
Pasado na kasi ako ng Compre Exam pero kulang pa ako ng thesis kaso 2008 pa hehe..
Anyway it's a good track if you don't see yourself being strictly going in the nursing career path.
Actually sa work naman makikita mong may mga taong napupunta sa iisang position pero magkaiba ng titles/undergrad course.
Maraming ibang pwedeng maging trabaho ang nurse aside from hospital/clinics at academe. Pwede din sa research, health policy (may program ang UP Health Econ at DOH for this), database handling...
Sa UP Manila nga pala may Health Informatics tsaka Genetic Counseling na Master's, baka gustuhin nyo. May Clinical Audiology rin na bago lang.
[ako naman, kung san san na napadpad. Nurse ako na naging univ research associate sa UP Manila, biostatistician sa DOST, at ngayon project manager-database handler sa J&J. Fun no? Haha.]