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This is a discussion on Work as a part-time PCT and do ABSN? in General Nursing Student, part of Nursing Student ... I recently accepted a job at a hospital (I was the only person they interviewed because I was...by soneutral Mar 9I recently accepted a job at a hospital (I was the only person they
interviewed because I was referred by an employee) at which I would work 2
times a week, 12 hours each time. I will be an accelerated BSN student in
May, and after reading online and talking to people who have been in the
program, they all say it is extremely difficult to work and study. I'm
debating whether or not to tell the hospital that I won't be able to work
because it would be unfair to them, and it would affect my studies. Is this
a wise decision? Or should I stick it out and then quit if need be? Will
this burn bridges with this hospital and the management that runs it (it
runs lots of hospitals in the state I live in)? Would there be any point
applying to this hospital, or the management again?
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- Mar 9 by SleeepyRNHow accelerated is your BSN? Have you taken the science gen-eds? Would need a little more info, but only you can decide what you can handle. I worked on average 1 day/week and had no problems with that. The worst problem I had was due to insomnia, not work related. Everyone is different though. Some of my classmates didn't work at all, some worked FT with children. Would your hospital allow registry instead of PT? That's what I did. My only requirement was to work 2 shifts per pay period, so if I knew I had a big week coming, I didn't work that week, but worked 2 days the following week. Its up to. Looks great