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  1. OU LPN to BSN: One Year LPN Clinical Exp Requirement
    No. I haven't started an lpn program yet.
    Nov 24, '14
    Forum: Oklahoma Nursing
  2. Anyone in Arkansas think LPN is a bad idea?
    Thanks for all the advice. I didn't even know about the lottery scholarship. I will have to look into that!
    Feb 19, '13
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  3. OU LPN to BSN: One Year LPN Clinical Exp Requirement
    Thanks so much for letting me know!!
    Jan 21, '13
    Forum: Oklahoma Nursing
  4. RN-BSN in 6 months is DOABLE!
    The only prerequisite is an RN license. They give you 50 or 60 credit hours automatically ( I can't remember which number) just for having an RN license. Then other courses you took in your ADN...
    Jan 20, '13
    Forum: Western Governors University Online Nursing
  5. MSN to FNP or DNP
    I haven't been in this program, but the fastest anyone has completed it (that I know of) has been 12 months.
    Jan 17, '13
    Forum: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
  6. OU LPN to BSN: One Year LPN Clinical Exp Requirement
    Do you need to have one year of experience as an LPN by the application deadline (March 1) or by the time classes start in the Fall?
    Jan 17, '13
    Forum: Oklahoma Nursing
  7. Anyone in Arkansas think LPN is a bad idea?
    I've read tons of threads on whether to get an LPN first or just go for RN, but if anyone from Arkansas (especially the NW area) has any opinions on the matter, I'd love to hear them. As far as I...
    Jan 15, '13
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  8. RN pay in NW Arkansas
    Just saw this in a local classifieds ad: Washington Regional Medical Center Join our team. The following positions are available: Fantastic Opportunity For Experienced RNs in our Registry, 7a-7p...
    Jan 15, '13
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  9. Splendid Opportunities in Nursing
    Adjusted for inflation, $30-35 is $496 - $579 in 2012 dollars. I guess that probably was a good deal during the Great Depression, although they probably all ended up with less student loan debt (or...
    Jan 14, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  10. University of Oklahoma?
    Just in case anyone else wants to know, I got a hold of someone at the Nursing School at OU, and I was told that they will accept courses from WGU on a case by case basis. For example, I was told...
    Jan 12, '13
    Forum: Western Governors University Online Nursing
  11. Starting WGU RN-BSN
    I'd really like to hear if anyone has gotten into a NP Master's program with a WGU BSN?
    Jan 11, '13
    Forum: Western Governors University Online Nursing
  12. WGU (Western Governors) no longer "Accelerated and Affordable"
    2 1/2 years for a BSN? I'm not trying to make light of your frustration at all, but that still seems like a good deal to me. I wish I could take it in Arkansas. Locally, I have the option to get an...
    Jan 10, '13
    Forum: Western Governors University Online Nursing
  13. Angry Nurse here!
    Oh man, if someone had done that when I was pregnant, tbere would not have been a pretty ending...
    Jan 8, '13
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  14. LPN to RN vs LPN to BSN
    I'm just a pre-nursing student, so my opinion probably isn't helpful, but I've read a lot about this and am asking myself the same questions. All in all, I think it just depends on your location....
    Jan 6, '13
    Forum: LPN to RN Nursing Student
  15. University of Oklahoma?
    Has anyone successfully transfered credits from WGU to the University of Oklahoma....particularly for a nursing program? Thanks!
    Jan 4, '13
    Forum: Western Governors University Online Nursing
  16. NP Programs in Scotland
    I'm an American pre-nursing student. I recently found out that I'm a UK citizen, so I'm seriously considering a move to the UK after I get a BSN and work as a nurse in the US for a year (if I can...
    Jan 2, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  17. Going to college out of state?
    Can anyone explain to me how it would work out if I go to school in Missouri for either LPN or RN, while living in Arkansas? Would I have to get a license in Missouri first, then apply for an...
    Dec 31, '12
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  18. Franklin Tech in Joplin?
    I'm thinking about applying to the LPN program at this college. Anyone here have any experience with this college? Any opinions or advice? Thanks!!!
    Dec 31, '12
    Forum: Missouri Nursing
  19. MSSU?
    Never mind. They replied to my email and let me know that the accelerated program is no longer offered.
    Dec 31, '12
    Forum: Missouri Nursing
  20. LPN to BSN mobility program at OU college of nursing
    So...just to clarify (if someone will for me, please), every applicant who meets the minimum requirements is admitted to the program? There is no limit to number of accepted students?
    Dec 31, '12
    Forum: Oklahoma Nursing
  21. DNP and working full time?
    I don't want to high jack the thread, but BCRNA, can you tell me what DNP program only takes a little over a year with an MSN? It was my understanding that most programs would take me 2 years going...
    Dec 16, '12
    Forum: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
  22. witnessing a DNR
    I'm not a nurse (yet), but I would feel really awkward in this situation as a visitor of a patient. I would be dilly dallying too, trying to figure out what was going on and why I would need to be...
    Dec 14, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  23. Professionals or "workers"
    It shouldn't matter if you are a professional or not, if you work under management of any kind or as an employee, a union is probably always a good idea. It doesn't matter how knowlegable,...
    Dec 12, '12
    Forum: Collective Bargaining / Nursing Union
  24. What's the job market like for nurses in NWA? (RNs and NPs
    How hard is it to get a job as a new grad with an ADN and no experience outside of school clinicals? Also, any idea of what type of NP's are in demand, if any? Have any of you heard anything...
    Dec 10, '12
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  25. two paths to choose from...which would you pursue?
    Thank you for your feedback. The student teaching could be accomplished, but it would be a waste of time if I'm not going to be a teacher. The business courses are all accelerated and done online, so...
    Dec 10, '12
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student

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