Sarahb392 623 Views
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Thanks again to everyone for answering my question. I appreciate it.
Thank you for your answers! It makes me a bit nervous but, I guess I'll find out in a couple of weeks. BTW, I'm in Washington state in the U.S. Thanks again.
Hi, I'm about to do my CNA training (it's a prerequisite for the RN program in my state), and I have kind of a weird question about CNA/nursing school. Are we ever required to practice skills on each other. (Like brusing teeth, hair, ect.) Or do we only practice on patients during clinicals?
Irene Joy, thank you so much for your answer! I'm thinking that I do want to end up with a BSN sooner or later, but was wondering if it would be better to first get an ADN, then later do a completion program at UW Bothell, or else where. But someone recommend me to look at the pre-nursing degree and go directly to a BSN. And like you said it is a new program, so I can't help wondering how many people actually manage to get into a nursing program after completion.
It's cool to have all these different choices, but at the same time all these different choices are driving me a little insane. :spin:
Hi newbie here! I've been reading through the posts here, but couldn't find a topic about this, so I hope it's ok that I started a new thread. I live in WA state and I've been looking at college websites about their programs. Most of them seem to be straight ADNs or BSNs or a RN to BSN program. But then I saw this at Cascadia Community College, a Pre-Nursing degree. http://www.cascadia.ctc.edu/Instruct...PreNursing.asp
Does anyone here know anything about this? And is it a good program? I was originally planning on getting an ADN then maybe doing a RN to BSN program, or is this a better option? I'm a little confused, because I've never heard of a pre-nursing degree before.
Any help would be very, very much appreciated! Thank you!
Hi everyone! This is an awesome message board. So much of the info that I was searching for about nursing is all here in one spot. Very nice. Anyway, I'll see you on the boards. I'll be the really confused one.
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