Ga senate bill 187 was passed today!!

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    I am so thrilled the bill senate bill 187 passed today and this will change all new grads and future lives!!!
    http://www1.legis.ga.gov/legis/2011_12/sum/sb187.htm
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    Congrats! Does this mean they will accept distance learning programs now?
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    I'm excited about this change. I am a Georgia resident. Where in GA are you located? How many test do you have remaining?
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    I am in Powder Springs GA/
    I finished two yrs ago but i have been actively pushing this for my fellow students. It still has to be signed by the governer.. fingers crossed
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    Does this eliminate the preceptorship?
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    Okay gnjoy:
    I've read the bill but give it to me in laymen's terms; by your excitement I know this must be something very good. I only have the CPNE left and I've submitted all of the documentation; just waiting on a date.
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    Okay gnjoy:
    I've read the bill but give it to me in laymen's terms; by your excitement I know this must be something very good. I only have the CPNE left and I've submitted all of the documentation; just waiting on a date.
    well basically it cuts the preceptorship for non lpn's ,paramedics and hospitalman with less than 1 yrs experience from 700 hrs to 350
    and those with one year experience dont have to do anything.
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    still waiting on the bill to be signed into law keep your fingers crossed
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    I'm praying for it as well as have my fingers and toes crossed. If it does pass that means no preceptorship for me. It's hard not to get prematurely excited though.
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    So because I had 5 years of paramedic experience when I finished EC (not to mention I have nearly 5,000 hours as an RN!), I wouldn't have to do a preceptorship if I wanted to endorse my license into Georgia?

    This is cool ... I'm actually moving to Georgia, but with the Army, who recognizes EC.


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