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... After I got my LPN, I worked in a nursing home. Three to 11 the whole time. ... (22 replies)
Major: Nursing RN
Dec 16, 2006
... The school that I might be transfering to is does not have an accredited nursing program... ... (26 replies)
... I am a college student who has been in a dilemma since 2009 summer. I got accepted into nursing school and at the same time got accepted into a program that helps college students to get to Med school . ... (4 replies)

... zed. i felt like i did not know what to do in hospital and did not have a good orientation and i was scared i was going to make a mistake. now i have been out of nursing since september and at times i want to try the nursing home but am so scared. ... (18 replies)
... a dont know what to expect and havent really gotten into the field yet. Trust me, i had every single fear you did and i look back now after being in it and laugh at myself for being so silly. I now work in pediatrics at a childrens hospital and love it. ... (26 replies)
... I went to a four year college and didn't do well my freshman year, partied too much and didn't take school seriously. So, then I transfered to a private four year. Did better, but fell into depression. It was then I decided to take a year off. ... (15 replies)
... Travel nursing agencies prefer nurses to have at least a year in the specialty they want to apply in. But because of the dire need, they could probably waive it. ... (22 replies)
... It is not clear to me if, as a single mom, you are able to attend school full time. In most states one can become a registered nurse in two years of full time study. ... (8 replies)
... I've been an RN for 3.5 years now. I started with my CNA in high school and then moved to an ADN program. Once I graduated and passed boards, I began working in the hospital. ... (22 replies)
... In my opinion, as a RN for 35 years, either program still lacks the clinical experience necessary to work in a hospital. Some facilities are recognizing that and giving graduate nurses 6 months to one year of orientation or "internship". ... (1 replies)
... My mom raised the 3 of us on a waitress' income. She decided to go to college when she was in her late 40's. She got her GED, went to a community college, and at the age of 50, became an RN. She's retired now, but she said it was the best thing she had ever done for herself. ... (2 replies)
Pa School Or Np???
Jan 26, 2008
... For PA, you should have a good chunk of hands on patient care experience, as most of the programs require it. A year at a minimum. ... (3 replies)
... I don't want to drop out of that to start something else and then go back to the RN program at a later date. IF I was to do that, I'd probably go for surgical tech and then go back to the RN program. ... (9 replies)
... oose with nursing, there are loads of different opportunities. You can literally change careers completely and never leave nursing. Try it...gather up 10 nurses at random. I can bet you that you will have 10 different types of nurses. Hospital nursing is just one way of doing it. ... (6 replies)
... I was doing more in MO as a nursing rehab tech than I do now as a CNA. ... (9 replies)
... volved with your family as they mature into responsible adults or is it more important for you to provide them with the appearance of attending the right private school and dress in the latest fashions? ... (14 replies)
Oct 14, 2003
... I am proud of your decision on going to nursing school. I am in my last year...whew...and have one small piece of advice. ... (11 replies)
LPN or RN?
Oct 8, 2005
... If it's difficult for you to enter RN school, go through Practical Nursing first, get your experience (some ladder programs require at least 1 year lpn experience first) then go to RN school. That's what I did. (7 replies)
... Do you have any teaching hospitals near you that you could work at for the experience? ... (1 replies)
... nt also. I think it's a great profession. Although the schooling is very intense and challenging for a baccalaureate degree, I think it will be a very fulfilling experience once I get certified. ... (8 replies)

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