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RNs discuss effect bachelor's degrees
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Joshua Tippy, RN, BSN, a nurse manager at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, knew he wanted to move up within his organization. He credits going back to school for his BSN as the impetus behind reaching that career goal.

“My BSN helped me attain a leadership role in nursing,” Tippy said. “An opportunity such as this has been one of the biggest blessings because I strive for excellence and am committed to professional growth and development.”
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