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Joined: Jul 29, '08;
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Yes I got in 2009 and graduate this December. The school definitely meets my expectations. Our graduates avg. over 900 cases (550 cases is the required amount) by graduation so we get great experience while in school. As for cons- every school has them and I can't think of one that stands out from other schools. The first year is hard, but we are an integrated program and start clinical the second week. Some programs have front loaded programs meaning they do one full year of didactic before stepping foot in the clinical site. I looked specifically for integrated programs when applying just because I'm a visual learner and it has worked out great for me. The interview is hard- mostly clinical questions, pharmacology, ICU questions that pertain to your specialty. Hope this helps
Has anyone else been invited to the Gooding Institute interview coming up?
Is there anyone else out there that applied to Gooding Institute of Nurse Anesthesia in Panama City? Anyone out there know much about the program? I applied and waiting to hear if I got an interview letter or not. Any info. or responses would be appreciated!
I sent you my email address JP 2011
Congrats! I am on the alternate list so I don't know if I will end up there yet. I guess it is a possibility!
How can some people be accepted when others have not interviewed yet? My interview is not until next week. I wish I knew how their process worked....
I received a spot on the alternate list and I was wondering if anyone knows how the alternate process has worked in the past at UT Chattanooga. I guess I will be waiting even longer to know something for sure! Any info. would be helpful!
How many are they interviewing and how soon will they let people know if they got in or not?
I got my letter too!!! Nov. 21st! I wonder how many they are interviewing...
I'm still waiting as well....
I am interviewing at Raleigh on Dec. 10th!
nope still waiting...
Okay, so I have been using the PASS CCRN! book to start studying and it is so much info. it tends to bogg me down. Do most of you that have taken it already find it more helpful to just do question after question on the DVD and Laura Gasparis books or do you suggest going through the PASS CCRN book page by page? I don't want to waste my time and I take it Nov. 12th
I work in the CVICU at Piedmont and love it! We are also starting our heart transplant program in 2009 so it will be a great place for experience. St. Joes and Emory are great places for this particular area as well.
KidsICU, I think your question is a very valid one.
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