SkylerW Posted September 26, 2013 Share Posted September 26, 2013 I have almost completed Respiratory therapy school, and I am currently working as a student therapist at a local hospital. I know I want to stay in school, and I figure PA would be a nice transition as I know several therapists that have went on to become one. However, as I read increasingly negative stuff about the PA profession I wonder if I should go back to RN school in order to become a CRNA or possibly a NP as scope of practice laws seem to be in their favor.There is a program close to me that offers a RT to RN bridge that only takes a year and you only have to attend a class one day a week. Is it worth going back to be a RN to become a APRN? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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