Future fall 2011 fnp students - page 4
Hey FUTURE Fall 2011 FNP students, I applied to TWU Denton campus and UTA for both of their FNP programs. I wish to attend Fall 2011. I haven't heard back from either of them on whether I've... Read More
1Jul 18, '11 by ishaRNBSNI got an acceptance letter to UTA for this fall today! Any others out there going to UTA??
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0Aug 10, '11 by WitnessRNHi,
I was accepted to USI FNP program this Fall! I am on a three year program! VERY excited. Any other USI students starting this fall?
0Sep 8, '11 by busyboysmomRNHI Witness RN, congratulations on your acceptance to USI. I plan to apply to that program for next Fall.
I have a few questions, how long do you have to wait to hear that you got accepted? Did the Nursing department pretty helpful in getting back to you if you have concerns?
0Sep 8, '11 by WitnessRNHello,
I found out about 8 weeks after applying to USI that I was in. They are very helpful with questions as well.
So you are trying to get in for the Fall of 2012???
0Sep 8, '11 by busyboysmomRNYes, I plan to get in for the FAll of 2012. I'm trying to get everything together and sent it in soon.
If you don't mind, I like to keep in touch with you as you progress a long. One major concern I have about the program is the clinical core classes prior to Practitioner courses.
I asked USI how to learn advance assessment skills online without on hand practice. They told me that I learn that on clinical core courses. As my understanding for the conversation, clinical core courses are not only online lecture but also has clinical part. I need to find clinic to learn the skills.
Do you know anything about this? I like to contact Tammy, see if she can clarify this for me.
So, we need clinical not only for the last 3 courses, but also for the clinical core courses?
0Sep 10, '11 by RNGO4ITHi there...advanced health assessment has a clinical portion ranging from 65-90 hours depending on school...you must find a preceptor usually NP, MD sometimes PA and the school will have them sign a contract to supervise you. Good sites are primary care clinics, prisons....where ever you can be supervised to get a complete health assessment in....start looking for someone, this is the stressful part.
0Sep 10, '11 by busyboysmomRNThanks for the reply. It confrims my understading. Also thank you for those ideas re finding preceptors.
0May 22, '13 by kelly lynnHey Ari RN, I just got accepted to LIU's FNP program for Fall 2013, how is the program there? Any advice would greatly be appreciated!!!