Recently, Dr. Sharon Campbell, an instructor at Argosy University, Atlanta, was interviewed by Valuepenguin.com on the topic of what it’s like to be a nurse practitioner. Dr. Campbell started her career in the 1980s as a nursing assistant. Today she is both an instructor and a nurse practitioner working in primary care. In the interview, Dr. Campbell says that an undergraduate degree is an important step to moving into a career in nursing administration or as a nurse practitioner.
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