Duke SNIP program - page 2

by bienbien

Has anyone recently completed the duke SNIP program? I have an offer and two days to decide so any information would be great.... Read More


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    Because when you start out as a SNIP (specialty nurse internship program), you are a Clinical Nurse one (CNI). If you have one or more years of experience, Duke will start you as a CNII, for which there will be other PICU listings. You have to have 6 months or less experience in hospital nursing to join SNIP. There are multiple pediatric units, they will have their own listings. There is PCICU, Peds stepdown, 2 "floors" ( I think they're 5100 and 5300) and peds bone marrow transplant.
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    Great, thank you for the explanation that helps a lot! I will keep a look out for the ICN position


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