Hi everyone! Here's my situation. I'm a junior studying psychology, and I have a keen interest in health. So, I've been taking a lot of health-related courses, and I work as a research assistant in a healthy psychology lab. Ultimately I want to pursue an MPH. I'm just not sure how to get there... I've toyed with the idea of getting my RN, working for a year (and possibly get tuition reimbursement for school?) and then going for the MPH. I've also been told that I could probably skip nursing altogether and get a job as a clinical research associate (CRA), and gain experience that way. Which option is the best way to go? Do RN's who get an MPH make more money than someone without an RN to begin with?