What is your school schedule like?
0Jul 21, '13 by granolatreesI start LPN clinicals in September at Davenport University in Michigan.
NURS Fundamentals Lecture
Fundamentals Clinical placements
A+P II Lab
I will also be working.
I hear about people in school from 8-5 Mon-Fri.
What does your schedule look like
1Jul 21, '13 by pookypMonday thru Friday 7-1:45. It's not broken up like your school does it. My school works in blocks. Block 1 is fundamentals and body structure.
Block 2 is pharm and med surg
Block 3 is psych, peds/maternity, and hospice care. 4 months got each block. Next month starts block 3 for me. Yay!
0Jul 21, '13 by LeeLeeTheGPNI am in my final level. Started out the level with Endocrine and GU Med-Surg, then Mental Health and OB. Now we're in Peds and Leadership.
MT - Clinical 7am - 2:30pm
W TR - Leadership 8am - 11am; Peds 12pm - 4pm
F - HESI Competency 9am - 12pm
Sa - 12 Hour Clinical for those who wish to forego MT clinical (I do 12 hours) 7am - 7:30pm
Once this level is finished (in 3 weeks) the program ends! Whoop whoop!
0Jul 22, '13 by roxeenightingaleI'm currently enrolled in an LPN Program at Vermont State this is how my schedule looks like this fall:
Nursing I- Principles and Practice
Monday, 0800am-1100am & Thursday, 1200pm-1400pm
Tuesday & Wednesday, 0800-1500
I've completed my A&P I &II, Nutrition class, and Pharmacology.
Good luck to us this year!!
Read! Read! Read!
0Jul 22, '13 by MewsinI'm going into my second semester, our classes are not broken down by days of the week, but every week we will be participating in nursing arts, a&p2, health challenges, personal and professional relationships, pharmacology, administration of medication, and health and healing. This is going to be a tough tough semester, I work with people who recently finished the program I'm in and they are giving me hints and pointers and help all summer long. I'll be glad to move onto the 3rd semester in February.
0Jul 22, '13 by StrawberryEssence81LPN school starts August 19th for me. This is my fall schedule:
August 19-October 10
Fundamentals of Nursing
Skills lab is on TTh.
October 14-December 13
Clinicals are TTh.
I really like how it's set up where one has to focus on just one class at the time 1st semester.
0Jul 22, '13 by granolatreesI feel like you all are spending so much more time in class/clinicals than I have scheduled. Unless I'm seriously missing something, I believe my lecture/lab/clinical time is pretty short and isolated in comparison.
The program is approved by the MI BON, so it must be on par. But I'm grateful I don't have to have the in-seat time commitment you folks have, to be honest.