Hey Ginger's Mom,
Thank you for your reply.
All my clinical and theory were all done the same time during the trimester. And for the number of hours, I believe I have more then what they are asking for but the problem is that we didn't use clinical logbooks. I am finding out from my nursing faculty about the clinical rotation documents if they could send that to me. This only includes the Unit name, type of unit, date of practice, hours of practice, and professors name. Would that be enough?
I have spoken to the Board of nursing in Thailand, (there is only one in Thailand not like in the STates where each States has their own board of nursing) They don't have the license in ENGLISH and will never will because they want to protect their nurses from foreign nurse. I do not agree what their doing is right because many of the international students who study in Thailand in the international program don't find this out until it is too late..and also if they allowed and offer nursing courses in english...they should offer the license exam in English as well but that is not the case. So a lot of foreign student have to go back to their home country and take their license there.
My mother is Thai you see and my father is American. I grew up in California without knowing my mother's cultural background so I decided to go on this journey thinking learning nursing in Thailand would be amazing experience. I found a great nursing school
. It was the 1st established nursing school in Thailand and the best one in Thailand. HIGHLY RANKED....and thinking probably this will do it for California. Before I came to Thailand, I have applied for different nursing schools
in California..but the only problem was that I got approve to go to all of the California Universities but none of the Universities approve for the nursing program. In 2008, There was a 2 year/3 years waiting list for the program....that is why I have decided to come here.