I am new forum user trying to find out some questions regarding my application that was sent out 2 months ago to the board of nursing in California.
I am a U.S Citizen, and choose to study abroad in Thailand for 4 years and just graduated in Dec 2012. Two months ago, i have sent out all the require documents that the board of nursing needed and they wrote to me that they needed:
1: copy of your Thailand nursing license
( Thailand only has licence in Thai Language, thus it is the reason why i don't have a licence in the country that i studied in, but instead I can get a letter from the Dean. The letter will state the reasons why) WOULD THIS BE ENOUGH FOR Board of NURSING TO APPROVE?
2: copy of your clinical rotation records or clinical rotation logbook
My nursing faculty for the international nursing does not have clinical rotation logbook.
They only have the schedule of the ward unit, with the hours of practice, with the name of the professor and the date....can this be pass as clinical rotation record???
Our university was ranked No. 1 university in 2011 by QS Asian University Rankings and the faculty of nursing that we've been practice is under the hospital Siriraj. Which is rank 7 place in Asia and 48 place in world ranking.
My concerns are will the California Board of Nursing, take in consideration of the hospital that you did all your clinical practice in? Because I DO NOT HAVE and THEY DO NOT HAVE the Clinical Logbook. I am concern that after i send all the documents again that is asked of me, they will denied........... What are my chances?