Sac state (CSUS) nursing spring 2013 - page 23

Hey, is anyone applying to sac state for spring 2012? Do you think it will be easier to get into since they won't accept any non-sacstate students? What do u think the cut off will be? Sorry for all these questions. Has... Read More

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    Hi everyone!I'm in section 3 for spring 2013.I was wondering if you guys know where I'm supposed to submit my Kaiser compliance forms. I could have sworn I downloaded it from Certified Profile, but I don't see anything on my CP about it. Was it there and just disappeared, and I just need to upload it into my documents?Look forward to meeting you all!- Karen

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    Quote from khulala
    Hi everyone!I'm in section 3 for spring 2013.I was wondering if you guys know where I'm supposed to submit my Kaiser compliance forms. I could have sworn I downloaded it from Certified Profile, but I don't see anything on my CP about it. Was it there and just disappeared, and I just need to upload it into my documents?Look forward to meeting you all!- Karen
    Last time I checked, it was at the top of the page on CP. I think that is the old one though and they were supposed to email us a new document. Has anyone else submitted the old one and has an expiration date of Dec 31?
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    OK question for anybody who's been in the program or know somebody who's been in. For carrying all my supplies I was considering just purchasing a regular fanny pack as opposed to the nursing pro pack. Would a fanny pack be too big and bulky?
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    OK question for anybody who's been in the program or know somebody who's been in. For carrying all my supplies I was considering just purchasing a regular fanny pack as opposed to the nursing pro pack. Would a fanny pack be too big and bulky?
    Honestly, I feel like we don't need anything extra to carry stuff because I just got the dove scrubs today and there are PLENTY of pockets in the top for us to hold things. And if u order the cargo pants you'll have an extra pocket too. I think u should just wait until you actually start clinicals to see what u need to hold around and save a few bucks now
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    Honestly, I feel like we don't need anything extra to carry stuff because I just got the dove scrubs today and there are PLENTY of pockets in the top for us to hold things. And if u order the cargo pants you'll have an extra pocket too. I think u should just wait until you actually start clinicals to see what u need to hold around and save a few bucks now
    Wow you got your scrubs already? When did you place your order? They haven't even finished preparing my order yet. From reviews I've read people appreciate something to organize their scissors, tape, etc, without stuff falling out when they bend over. I like to be prepared ahead of time. I'd rather be over prepared than under because by the time clinicals start I wont' have time to even think about anything besides my studies. I'm just wondering if they'll be like, sorry, that giant fanny pack is ugly and too big! lol
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    Quote from crebs

    Wow you got your scrubs already? When did you place your order? They haven't even finished preparing my order yet. From reviews I've read people appreciate something to organize their scissors, tape, etc, without stuff falling out when they bend over. I like to be prepared ahead of time. I'd rather be over prepared than under because by the time clinicals start I wont' have time to even think about anything besides my studies. I'm just wondering if they'll be like, sorry, that giant fanny pack is ugly and too big! lol
    I placed it on the 1st of December. It took forever! Lol. Yes I agree with you cus I'd like to be prepared too. Amazon has the nurse fanny pack for around $6. I was gonna order that after I start clinical if I need it and use their free 2 day shipping.
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    Hi crebs, I don't know of any students that used a fanny pack or even the nursing pro pack in our semester and have never seen anyone using one around the hospital. I personally had no problem with items falling out of my pocket (there are lots of pockets). It seems to me a pack would be bulky and annoying, but that's just my opinion. Also, most people don't start actual hospital clinical days until week 4 or 5, depending on your section, it's not so stressful that you wouldn't be able to order one then should you decide you need it. Good luck!
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    Hi crebs, I don't know of any students that used a fanny pack or even the nursing pro pack in our semester and have never seen anyone using one around the hospital. I personally had no problem with items falling out of my pocket (there are lots of pockets). It seems to me a pack would be bulky and annoying, but that's just my opinion. Also, most people don't start actual hospital clinical days until week 4 or 5, depending on your section, it's not so stressful that you wouldn't be able to order one then should you decide you need it. Good luck!
    Ok thanks a bunch. I guess I could also hold stuff in my clipboard. What stuff are you generally carrying around with you in your pockets? Not scissors or forceps or anything right?
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    Hi everyone,

    I need clarification on the TB test. Is it asking for 2 separate TB tests given within 1-2 weeks apart?
    So week 1 - Monday get TB test, Wednesday get TB test read.
    Week 2 - Monday get TB test, Wednesday get TB test read.

    Thanks!
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    Very few fanny packs but I see a number of folks using the 'Pro Packs' on their hips... this was true in school and at the med center


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