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  1. New grads
    For those about to graduate and all others out there, what would you change about the nursing program you attended? Like more clinical, more lab time, different diadactic topics, etc? Also are you a...
    May 8, '03
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  2. Chemistry has me in tears! (finals week vent)
    I feel your pain! I felt the same way with Organic Chemistry.I am truly mathematically challenged! My school had a extra 1 credit "math for chemistry" course, that was a huge help for me. I also had...
    May 4, '03
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. Preparation of New Grads
    Do you feel as a new grad, (or soon to be) believe your program prepared you for the real world of nursing? ie. skills, basic knowledge, medication administration etc.. Also are you a ADN or BSN...
    May 3, '03
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  4. Nursing Boards
    I would like to know what others are doing to prepare for upcoming board exams. I will go over areas I feel the weakest in. Please let me know>
    Apr 29, '03
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  5. Paramedic to flight nurse
    I work for a flight progarm as a paramedic. I have 17 years experience as a medic. I will graduate in May as a ADN. Do you think I should be able to fly as a RN? The state board of nursing says I...
    Apr 22, '03
    Forum: Flight Nursing / Surface Transport Nursing
  6. New grads in the ER
    Do you feel new grads are able to function in the ER? If not what length/type of experience do you think they need? Also what type of prep courses would be good?
    Apr 20, '03
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. paramedic nursing
    Hello, I am a NREMTP and just finished a ADN program. I also teach @ a communtiy college that has a AAS paramedic program. We are investigating a RN to paramedic bridge couse. I work part-time for a...
    Apr 17, '03
    Forum: Flight Nursing / Surface Transport Nursing
  8. What should I do first?
    I would obtain your RN first. You have a lot more options to work as an RN vs. a medic. I have been a paramedic for 17 years and just finished the RN program. I feel you would make a better medic by...
    Apr 16, '03
    Forum: Flight Nursing / Surface Transport Nursing
  9. RN to Paramedic Bridge Course
    Crieghton University in Neb. has had a INTENSIVE six(or 8)-week program in the past, you may check with them. I believe it is a very worthwhile combination. The flight program I work for(Portneuf...
    Apr 16, '03
    Forum: Flight Nursing / Surface Transport Nursing

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