Is it possible to do Excelsior with Limited Hospital Experience? - page 2
I am graduating from an LPN program in approximately 6 weeks. Unfortunately I will not be able to continue going to a traditional NS for my RN because of my finances and family situation. After a year of not working to do the LPN... Read More
- 0Nov 5, '07 by SuesquatchRNQuote from PageantnurseBut are you learning to do it the way that the clinical examiners want you to do it? I know IV's, wound care, etc., but every preceptor I've ever had has a different way to "properly" do the same things.I am in LTC right now and I set up a little lab in the house with dressing injection and IV supplies and a great care plan book. A lot cheaper than a workshop and I have unlimited access on my own schedule GAWD I'm cheap huh ?
The Excelsior workshop is an inexpensive investment, IMO.
- 0Nov 6, '07 by txspadequeenRN, BSN, RNi 100% agree
Quote from suesquatchbut are you learning to do it the way that the clinical examiners want you to do it? i know iv's, wound care, etc., but every preceptor i've ever had has a different way to "properly" do the same things.
the excelsior workshop is an inexpensive investment, imo.