CNA course in Las Vegas
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by /u/lancetrevor
4d ago
Any thoughts , tips or recommendation? Post graduate opportunities and are they getting well paid ? submitted by /u/lancetrevor [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Letter of recommendation for veteran
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by /u/International-Diet35
4d ago
Navy vet starting school in august to do pre reqs and the program at my school requires two letters of recommendation. I talked to my old divisional officer, and he said just write something up and send it to him to sign. Ive done a fair amount of googling and have some found some good resources, but just wanted to ask what would be best to include having it come from someone who wasn’t in the medical field (I did 8 years on an ambulance prior to the military, but was an electrician in the navy). I looked through the welcome notes and didn’t see anything about letters of recommendation. Thank ..read more
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Advice
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by /u/melanin105
4d ago
I'm a student nurse in the UK and over here our course are split 50-50 between lessons and placement. I've been having difficulty actually attending my placement that's located in the hospital setting and was wondering if there is any advice anyone could give for me to get mentally and physically prepared to actually commit going in. submitted by /u/melanin105 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Has anyone went through a readmission interview?
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by /u/teenymochi
4d ago
Mine is next week, and Im super nervous submitted by /u/teenymochi [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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I need some help figuring out why I didn’t get these jobs
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by /u/candleshadows5
4d ago
Hi, I am graduating this May from school. I applied for the nurse residency program at two hospitals. One at a children’s ED and the other in the ED/ICU. I did my senior practicum in a general ED and I have externed in the ED/ICU since last May. I have hundreds of volunteer hours, a 3.92gpa, had several letters of recommendation from managers and professors, I did three mock interviews and everyone said I was great, I took my resume and cover letter to the career services department and they helped me write these. I did everything I was supposed to do but got rejected from all of my dream job ..read more
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What minors could help with nursing school?
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by /u/neilperryluvbot
4d ago
I am currently doing my prereqs for nursing school, and I currently only have one left. However, my school's BSN program will not allow me to begin the actual program until Fall 2025, and I have a scholarship that can only be redeemed if I have 15 credits. I already finished all of my general education requirements and my only option is to declare a minor, much to my dismay. I know that minors are virtually useless, but I need the money. What minors could help with nursing school? submitted by /u/neilperryluvbot [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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As a nurse are there checks in place so you give the proper dose of medication?
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by /u/alphabetcarrotcake
4d ago
I am interested how this works, are there checks in place in the system to ensure that you do not give the wrong dose of medication? submitted by /u/alphabetcarrotcake [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Accepted into 2 nursing programs but waiting for one more which is my ideal program
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by /u/444jsephe
4d ago
So out of the 3 so far Ive applied too, I have gotten in 2 out of 3 as I don't find out about the 3rd one until may 1st but for the other 2 I have to give an acceptance by april 12th and 16th. If I were to accept one as back up but end up getting into the last one in may 1st then would it be fine to accept it and then pull out the other one? submitted by /u/444jsephe [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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AAS vs ADN
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by /u/BigSeaweed6107
4d ago
I have decided to pursue nursing after getting my bachelors in elementary education. I wanted to do LPN but I now realize that it’ll be much more beneficial to do an associates degree. Therefore, I’m wondering what’s the difference between an associate of applied science in nursing degree or an ADN. The ADN programs are a bit more distance for me than the AAS programs near me. I am just wondering how easy it would be to transition to get my BSN with either options after I graduate. Thanks! submitted by /u/BigSeaweed6107 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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AP 2 and Microbiology during the summer
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by /u/Strange-Common-5553
4d ago
In need of advice. I need 2 more prerequisites in order to apply for the spring 2025 nursing program. Microbiology and AP 2. And I would have to take them during the summer or else the I wouldn’t qualify because of the application window. They’re both a 10 week course. Has anyone else done it? Is it doable? My advisor doesn’t recommend it. I have a 4.0 GPA and she doesn’t me to ruin it. But I really don’t want to wait to start until the fall 2025. I do not work. I have no children or any other big responsibilities. And a very supportive husband. I could literally spend all day studying if nee ..read more
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