in rn refresher course now - page 5
I am hoping to return as an RN on a medical surgical floor in a rural hospital soon, but feel the typical lack of confidence right now. Has anybody got a word for me? I am excited and then sometimes I think I must be crazy! I... Read More
- 0Jan 22, '10 by TWUgradQuote from SALLYRNRRTGlad to hear that. I'll consider it an investment in my future, lol, since right now I can't work without doing this. Sometimes you have to spend money to make money...I honestly do not know if that is high or low, when you consider they also take care of clinical preceptorship if you need it etc........ and provide all the documentation the BON requires, it was a one shop stop for me, and very easy to do......and I got no "blips" from the BON
I really appreciate you responding to my posts! I'm a little nervous about going back. I'm confident about the intellectual aspects of returning to nursing, but I'm really rusty on the clinical aspect. Deep breaths, deep breaths.
- 0Jan 26, '10 by Whealth WiseI'm a little nervous about going back. I'm confident about the intellectual aspects of returning to nursing, but I'm really rusty on the clinical aspect. Deep breaths, deep breaths.
after two weeks, you would be customed to the nurse job. But I have my own plan, I can work in my own work using the past experience of nurse
- 1Jan 27, '10 by TexasNurseEducatorTWU grad, prices of the courses vary but, what PHES did is include everything. Whereas, the up front price is a little less a few places but, you have to still buy books, get your liability insurance, etc. It is about the same remember this is a speciality area and there are not a lot of students that need the programs which would then allow the costs of the program to be spread over more people. It is a lot of work that goes on besides the actual instructing: just setting up clinical sites is very cumbersome process.