Clinical hours short of NMC suggestion? - page 13
by helricha, RN | 36,150 Views | 123 Comments
First of all, I really hope Silverdragon reads this and gives me insight. I have sent out my application as well as all of my paperwork to the NMC for my nursing license, except my training form. I was trained in the US at... Read More
- 0Feb 21, '13 by sarena33I'm in the same situation. Did you also send the hours of your prerequisites and other classes required to obtain the bachelor's degree? My recruiting company had me include every class I took for the entire 4 years.
Have any of you heard back yet? I'm still just waiting while the NMC has put a hold on all overseas applicants to review their policies
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