stay.positive, BSN 746 Views
Joined: Mar 20, '11;
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Thank you - yeah unfortunately some of those nurses aren't the type to lend a helping hand, so to speak, when I asked about who they shadowed they were really cagey about it all.
Looking through your posts it looks like you've got into the Lakes doctorate program - congrats! If you know of any working CRNAs in the area that are experienced but are also into teaching/shadowing, I'd really appreciate it.
Yes I do
Hey guys! I'm an RN, BSN with 2 years SICU experience in a Level II Trauma center in Baton Rouge, LA.
I will eventually apply to CRNA school down the road, but from my research it seems many practicing CRNAs recommend that those entering the field as much time following/shadowing someone as possible.
Anybody wanting to take someone eager to learn under their wing - please contact me.
Thanks in advance
This is my first post here on allnurses, by the way. After prowling the internet for answers to many questions I've had recently - several times I was led here and I liked what I read, so I decided to join this community.
So my situation is, I recently applied to Our Lady of the Lake's BSN program in Baton Rouge, upon dropping off my application I was notified that I had missed the deadline by two weeks and I was told I was suppose to have taken the TEAS test - which I have looked into and the last test date was early January. Nevertheless, I told them I still wanted to submit my application since I had already paid the non-refundable fee, despite the receptionist giving me advice not to.
Which brings us to now. I have received a letter notifying me that I have been accepted into the fall 2011 BSN program and have been granted "provisional acceptance pending receipt of all required documents."
I am frightened and full of anxiety because I don't know if that means I am actually accepted or not!? Also, do I still have to take the TEAS test? Or were my grades good enough? Can someone please take this weight off my shoulders
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