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UC Davis Residency March 2013 - page 8

Hi everyone, I just applied to UCD's new grad program for spring of next year and didn't see any threads so I though I'd start one. Please post any updates or info you get about the residency! ... Read More

  1. Visit  loma510 profile page
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    Statuses are individualize . Only two units I think we're hiring this time around. Good luck
  2. Visit  RNSAC profile page
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    are they hiring in MICU?
  3. Visit  1213_RN profile page
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    Quote from RNSAC
    are they hiring in MICU?
    I emailed the rn residency recruiter at ucmdc and he listed these units for the march 2013

    Labor and Delivery
    Cardiothoracic PCU
    Transplant
    Trauma NU
    Vascular/GI Surgery
    Orthopedics/Trauma
    Med/Surg Specialty Unit
    Accelerate Access Unit
  4. Visit  ekwan77 profile page
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    Hi I'm getting my resume ready for the upcoming application.. I notice the UC residency website provides a sample of how they want you to list your clinical & volunteer experience in a table/grid. Did anyone followed the sample & used the grid to lists their experiences? What sections did you include on your resume? I was only able to fit "Education & Certifications" and Clinical Experiences which is listed in the grid & took most of the page... If someone can help me that would be great because I've never seen a grid in a resume and I'm assuming that's how they want to look at my resume.. as a grid..
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    Hi Nebit27
    I was just reading this thread and thanks so much for the insight on the application process. I was wondering if you can help me or answer a few questions about their resume requirements.

    I noticed the UC Davis residency website provides a sample grid of how they want you to list your clinical experience. Did you also use the grid to list your experiences? It seems like they just want the basic info on your resume like rotations, volunteer, hours, timeframe, etc. The grid also took most of my 1 page and I had to put Education & Certifications together, which I hope is ok. This is the first time I am using a table in a resume and I really want to jumpstart my career because of financial concerns. I hope you can help me Thanks!
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    Quote from nebit27
    reginasmall, I'm sure you will get it; you precepted in the right place and that's what they are looking at. Most likely you would start in January, only 3 people start this Monday and the rest in January. I haven't heard about contract but even if there was one, I would sign it in a sec)) What not to like? 40 hrs/week, the first 6 months while in the training every day M-F with weekends off. (after the training, you choose to work 10 hrs shift four times a week) It's considered a state job so all of the amazing benefits for you. I can't wait to have 3 weeks paid vacation the very first year, plus all of paid holidays and seek days which is another 3-4 weeks! I talked to OR nurses from UCDMC and they told that new grads as respected as experienced nurses and surgeons are very lean and friendly since it's a teaching hospital. You do not need to buy scrubs and now OR even pays for the shoes.
    Try to show some confidence but not overdue since we are new grads I graduated this June

    Hi Nebit27
    I was just reading this thread and thanks so much for the insight on the application process. I was wondering if you can help me or answer a few questions about their resume requirements.

    I noticed the UC Davis residency website provides a sample grid of how they want you to list your clinical experience. Did you also use the grid to list your experiences? It seems like they just want the basic info on your resume like rotations, volunteer, hours, timeframe, etc. The grid also took most of my 1 page and I had to put Education & Certifications together, which I hope is ok. This is the first time I am using a table in a resume and I really want to jumpstart my career because of financial concerns. I hope you can help me Thanks!

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