In the UTA RN-BSN program, and live in Philadelphia. Have been taking classes since March and actually starting Nursing 3645 on Sept 23rd.
I have a love/hate relationship with my academic advisor, and I find that she is really great for helping me register for classes, but all other questions I have are answered in a flim-flam, non-answered way, or just not answered at all. Which is totally awesome (not)
So the question I have asked her, and either gotten some non-answer or just ignored, is how do the nursing classes with clinical components work when I'm not in Texas.
She did answer me once and sent me a link about partner hospitals, but they were all in Texas.
I replied anxiously that my understanding was that I didn't have to ever go to Texas for any part of the degree and that I still wasn't clear about the clinical component and her reply was "yes, that's right, you don't have to attend class on campus." Well thanks for not even answering a single part of my question, advisor :anger:
Anyways...can y'all help me....how do out-of-staters do clinicals? Also, what about those of us RN's that either aren't working, or don't work at a hospital or in a clinical setting?