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  1. UTEP NPs beginning Spring 2013
    Orientation is next week!
    Jan 10, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  2. UTEP NPs beginning Spring 2013
    Anyone in the forum beginning the nurse practitioner program at UTEP Spring 2013? :wavey:
    Jan 10, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  3. School
    Hi Kim, Yes! UT El Paso, and University of South Alabama have ACNP. Good Luck!
    Jan 10, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  4. UTEP study group for Fall 2012
    The application process is fairly straightforward, no GRE scores or references are required. I will assume UTEP is at least as competitive as the other nurse practitioner programs at tier 2...
    Dec 30, '12
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  5. I got in!!!
    Congratulations! Wishing you much success! :yeah:
    Mar 28, '12
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  6. New nurse with bad preceptor in the CCU
    Good advice from all the others above... It's a blessing in disguise right now. Trust us. You are better off somewhere more supportive. :hug: Good luck to you, and don't be discouraged.
    Mar 27, '12
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  7. Funny joke/story: The Psychiatrist &The Proctologist
    Thanks for the laugh, nursefrances! :rotfl:
    Mar 19, '12
    Forum: Nursing Humor / Share Jokes
  8. DFW hospital reviews?
    Here's the link to the thread for Parkland's Programs. http://allnurses.com/texas-nurses/parkland-critical-care-160756.html Even though they are geared to new RN's, you might have some luck...
    Mar 15, '12
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  9. DFW hospital reviews?
    Great response to Nurescass, The Commuter. SInce you are an ICU/ER nurse, you may also consider either John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth (a county-run level 1 Trauma Hospital), or Parkland...
    Mar 15, '12
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  10. dual FNP/ACNP certification
    :eek: Unless, of course, you are interested in providing both pediatric and adult acute care. Then, you will need to complete the core requirements for the entire age continuum! That's why most...
    Aug 8, '11
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  11. dual FNP/ACNP certification
    If your ultimate goal is to work in the hospital, then ACNP is the way to go. FNP is intended for primary care APNs. However, if you are interested in FNP and prefer to work in the hospital, you may...
    Aug 8, '11
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  12. Research RN Roll Call
    George Washington Univ. has an excellent sounding Masters in Clinical Research Administration for Nurses, however they have the most redundant and wasteful admissions process. It is just plain...
    Dec 15, '10
    Forum: Research Nursing
  13. Nursing CAS - First Central Application Service for Schools of Nursing
    Nursing CAS requires people who have Bachelor's Degrees (in Nursing), even from Top Tiered Accredited Universities to pay $65 (minimum), and enter many, many intricate details about each and every...
    Dec 15, '10
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  14. Moving to Fort Worth... CVICU/ICU hunting
    Harris FW has a gorgeous new CVICU and was hiring recently. Good rep, too, and part of a 13 hospital network. I think they staff about 23-25 CVICU beds. Harris and Plaza (an HCA facility)...
    Jun 1, '07
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  15. How many times did you take the NCLEX before you passed?
    One time (thank God), with 75 questions. The Hurst Review was an excellent prep!
    Jan 6, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  16. Got my stethoscope today!  I'm ready to start!!!
    Hi Yee - Your excitement is an encouragement to me. Keep that optomistic attitude and enthusiasm, and you will undoubtedly be a great success! The link for the above mentioned discussion:...
    Dec 28, '04
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  17. What does your spouse do?
    :specs: insurance adjuster - writes other people checks - Former police officer
    Dec 9, '04
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. Scholarships???
    I'm not a cadet, but the ROTC program has some very lucrative programs for nursing students. Bonuses are given for higher GPA's, they pay your tuition for undergrad and grad school plus a living...
    Aug 24, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  19. Fort Worth apartments?
    Thanks for the clarification, gitane. Glad you have a little time to breathe. I've been covered up, as well.
    Aug 24, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  20. Fort Worth apartments?
    Where is the new hospital district, exactly? Near the new Pier 1, or where the HUD housing used to be, or is it over by the osteopathic hosp? Haven't been over there in a while.
    Aug 18, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  21. Share your tips & shortcuts for moms/students!
    IMHO this is what should be in our student handbook. Practical hints for essentials. This thread is a great example of excellent support networking, both guys and gals. Thanks to all for the...
    Aug 16, '04
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  22. Rude instructors...
    :p Truly a revelation! Mind if I use that, Danelle?
    Aug 16, '04
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  23. Who is Attending TWU Fall 2004
    Oooohhh - you are talking about TWU HOUSTON. Ah. I thought you were referencing the Dallas campus - all this time. Guess it would be pretty hard to pick up a patho or pharm at UTA, then. ...
    Aug 16, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  24. Future nursing student
    Hi Katrina - I'm new too, and learning a lot! Information is a good thing...
    Aug 16, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  25. Who is Attending TWU Fall 2004
    The attrition rate for UTA (my friend's class) the first semester was 20%. They have attempted to fix the problem a number of ways, one of which being patho and pharm as prereq's.
    Aug 16, '04
    Forum: Texas Nursing


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