I joined this group after reading many helpful posts on this particular board. I am a 23 year old RN working in a level 4 NICU. I have RN experience in LDRP as well. Many of my questions have already been answered from reading other posts, but I do have a couple of addition questions/concerns.
I am applying to distance learning MSN/CNM programs, so far I have found info about SUNY Stonybrook, U Cinncinati, U Philadelphia and of course Frontier. I have read a lot of great things about Frontier and have requested more info from all of these schools
, but am wondering if anyone has any insight or experience with any of the above schools. Also, are there other distance learning programs in the country that I have not discovered in my research so far? Does UPENN have a distance learning program for MSN/CNM, they came up on a search but I couldn't find any relevant info on their website. My boyfriend is a medical student so I am doing distance learning because I am not sure if we will have to move in another year for his residency.
Another area of concern that I have is the process of finding a CNM preceptor in my area. Do the schools match me up with someone or do I have to find them myself? How do I know if they are willing to precept a CNM student. I am in Syracuse, NY if that helps....I can't thank you enough if you have made it this far and would be so grateful for any response or advice as I am just starting out in this process. Nice to "meet" all of you and thank you in advance for any guidance you can give me. :spin: