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 What kind of degree do you need to be a neonatal nurse?

Answer Neonatal nurses need to acquire a bachelor's degree in nursing from a program accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education or the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission. ... Read More »
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What degree does someone need to be a neonatal nurse?

On One Hand: At Mininum, an Associate's DegreeThe minimum requirement to become any sort of nurse, according to Nurses for a Healthier Tomorrow, is an associate's degree in nursing from an accredit... Read More »
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What kind of degree do you need to become a nurse?

A licensed practical nurse goes through vocational training for one year and has the option of obtaining an associates degree. A registered nurse requires two years of nursing school. An RN can fur... Read More »
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What do you need to become a neonatal nurse?

A neonatal nurse is a registered nurse who cares for infants under 28 days of age. These professionals work in infant care units in hospitals, and specialize in medical and emotional support for i... Read More »
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What education do i need to be a neonatal nurse?

On One Hand: An Associate's Degree is NecessaryAccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, an associate's degree in nursing (ADN) is one educational path to becoming a neonatal nurse. The associate's de... Read More »
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