JustBeachyNurse 64,134 Views
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As a student you go to your clinical instructor.
Am I the only person that finds it odd that she came back after 2 years specifically to revive this dead thread?
In CA yes it means you passed
There is a dedicated forum here for EC
No all pre-requisite courses must be finished before you can start the nursing classes.
TEAS is now required
you also must be actively working as an LPN and your employer must verify every 3 months. At least 200 hours per year.
Current admission here:
Excelsior College | Admissions at Excelsior College: Requirements
Students enrolling in the Associate Degree in nursing program on or after January 1, 2016 are required to complete the following general education requirements: Written English, Sociology Core, Life Span Developmental Psychology and Mathematics prior to registering for any nursing theory series component (examination, course or nursing theory conference examination). The reason for this change is to support your success since these general education courses enhance the development of your nursing knowledge. This change is in addition to the existing prerequisites of Human Anatomy and Physiology and Microbiology.
GN status is dissolved after your first nclex attempt. Either you pass and you are an RN or you fail and you are a general citizen until you pass the nclex. She's unlicensed assistive personnel. If she acts like anything more she is out of line. She is not a nurse.
This may help:
Texas Board of Nursing - Nursing Practice FAQ
CA will need the credentials that initially qualified you as a nurse, so your Ukraine education and credentials would be required
I read that priority dates leaped 10 months ahead for the last 2 months. If this will be the consistent move, i think i can manage to go to ireland while waiting for my EB-3 visa. Thanks everyone for reaponding!
I have been trying to do research and really the only thing I have going for me is that I have a BSN and have worked over a year in an ICU. From what I've read i am very aware that the working conditions/pay are much different. I also don't have most of what I would need like the knowledge of language, or work rights (and believe me, I know these are huge blocks). Is an Italian/EU passport necessary? I haven't come across that yet. Have you ever done travel nursing internationally or know anyone that has?
It's the truth since you have no license.
Thank you so much for your input on this question but as far as I know there are plenty of agencies recruiting international nurses to the US. Being so there must be space for them in the US hospitals. The fact is I have an agency but I've done all the process by myself so far that I did not want to use the agency. But seems to me that this will be the only possible way
What is your country of birth as if they have the potential to sponsor they aren't likely to hold a job if the nurse's home country has a 6-12 year wait for visas due to retrogression
do you have a valid nursing license?
Do you have an Italian or EU passport?
Are you fluent in Italian/medical Italian?
Do you have a traditional BSN (most countries entry to practice minimum is BSN/equivalent hours)?
Do you have work rights?
are you aware nursing in Europe is not similar to the US and the pay is often relatively low
Does anyone know if there are any non-nursing positions available for LPN's in the Peace Corps? I want to do ANYTHING except nursing lol.
You mail them to the board of nursing address on the application. Simpler route (and quicker) is to apply and pay online.
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