Anyone know about Maryville's FNP program? - page 15
I am writing to see if anyone has attended or heard good things about Maryville University's FNP program? They are starting a new online FNP program next year, but am kind of leery because I am not able to find much about the... Read More
- 0Jul 23, '12 by little1rn10Quote from jansnow12--I know how you feel. I am anxious but I hope that I get in. It has been 3 weeks and I still haven't heard anything. Good Luck!I am about to go crazy...applied to maryville FNP program about two weeks ago. The wait to find out if admitted is driving me nuts! My admissions counselor confirmed that everything had been submitted and to just hold out for answer. How long did it take to receive answer from school?
- 1Jul 23, '12 by lam7374Would you mind sending me your power point information or any other information? I had trouble this evening starting the orientation process. I hope this is not a bad sign of things to come!
I thought there were only around 100 students starting... 250 is a lot more. I guess that makes me even more anxious, if that was possible.
Thank you. My email is [email protected].
- 0Jul 27, '12 by Sara01Hello nursegirl
I was wondering if you had any information re: the clinical preceptorship and what kind of support is provided by Maryville in regards to that.
I have been talking to an admissions counselor who says they really dont restrict where you complete your clinical hours (location or setting) however, they do not provide any assistance with a preceptor. Any information on that?
- 0Jul 27, '12 by nursegirl2001Sara01
Yes Maryville will assist us but to what degree I am not real sure but my advisor told me that they do help us with preceptorship. However, I would still be looking around for potential preceptors. My advice would be not to wait and getting started as soon as you know you're accepted into MVU is a very wise move. Clinicals (and hours) must match/coincide with the discipline that we are studying at that time. I hope that this helps !!
- 0Jul 29, '12 by little1rn10Question.
How does MU prepare students to go out in the field to correctly perform skills for primary care? For example: ear examinations, liver palpation, prostate exams, or pap smears? I know that there is an Advanced Health Assessment class that requires 80 clinical hours; will these skills be learned then?