Perhaps you should be reminded that in many degree paramedic programs, in order to get the college credit (at least the few I am familiar with), many students take the pre nursing courses A&P classes (which I already have) plus have a semester of pharmacology, pathophysiology, not to mention 8 quarter hours of advanced pathophysiology as part of masters, plus the fact that with credentials 6 years experience as an ER/ICU nurse, almost 10 years as an EMS educator, and a masters degree in critical care/ trauma nursing there are many aspects of the cogitative components and psychomotor skills that I am deficient in.
Do paramedic’s who become nurses have to repeat redundant material…yup? If you take a degree class, of course the school would accept some of your credits. Like any other school program, probably not all. By the way, most nurses (except nurse practitioners) don’t incubate and paramedics do. Among other reasons, this is why I feel that nurses should not be simply handed a paramedic card because they are a nurse.