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    Accidental Mistake- UGH

    So........ I recently graduated NP school in December 2018. And got my NP license certificates from the California BRN 2 weeks ago (yay) They also said I needed to renew my licenses before April 30, 2019. I went onto the website to do so and misunderstood the questions during the online application and accidentally renewed my licenses to inactive status FML. Since I clicked "No" when they asked on the application "are you returning to active status?". In my head I thought, I'M ACTIVE ALREADY SO NO OF COURSE IM NOT RETURNING, I ALREADY AM ACTIVE. After my application was processed, it now says my license is currently inactive on my license search. FML Now I went back to the CA BRN website to see how to go from inactive to active and one of the requirements is to send your CE certificates (which I don't have, since I didnt need to do CE's... I JUST GRADUATED) So now I'm hating my life trying to figure out how to fix this since we all know how slow the BRN is at responding and I don't want to send unnecessary forms that will complicate the issue further. Anyone with similar issues with advice? Please and thank you. If not, don't make the same mistake I did X.X (I'm hoping I can send them a copy of my transcript and that will be enough, but we'll see if I can reach them tomorrow.
  2. Hi everyone, I just started a home health job part time as I am trying to find other options as an RN. The actual nursing part of home health I enjoy alot actually, but idk if it's just me, but is anyone else who's doing home health have unpredictable pt loads and schedules? The company (very small company) that hired me usually would have the manager text me the day before and go "oh can you see X pt today" and usually I can accommodate, but it fills me with so much anxiety about making plans cause if I know they are gonna do that I can't. THEN there are days I don't get any messages and filling the day up with trivial things feels so unproductive. Then if I have to say no, because I did try to fill my day up and it ends up the pt can't meet me due to a conflict in our schedule, I feel terrible for saying no to the boss that I won't be able to. I keep thinking the boss will look negatively at me It's my first job outside of school, and I just want to be a good worker, but this lack of stable pts and unpredictability is a bit unsettling. Any advice would be appreciated
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    Licensed to work?

    Hi All, I just graduated from an FNP school this month and have sent in my paperwork for state licensure certification in California (We do not need to get nationally certified to work). It is going to take 12-14 weeks before it is completed and that is such a long time without work. My question is will i be able to work as an NP legally at this place that hired me part time? I do not need to prescribe medications. My main job is just establish a first time patient and if any drugs need to be prescribed the Dr. on hand will be there for me to consult and collaborate with.
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    New grads

    Hi everyone, I am a NP student in CA and will be graduating later this year. Yay. I am really worried about my finances because i don't know what happens after you graduate but are waiting for boards. What did you all do during that transition to keep your current living situations? Did you take out more loans during the last semester to cover the months you are waiting to get certified? Did you find a temp RN job? Lend me your wisdom on this highly stressful topic since im fairly independent and have been surviving on loans to get through my program Thank you for your time and efforts
  5. Hi everyone, I am a NP student in CA and will be graduating later this year. Yay. I am really worried about my finances because i don't know what happens after you graduate but are waiting for boards. What did you all do during that transition to keep your current living situations? Did you take out more loans during the last semester to cover the months you are waiting to get certified? Did you find a temp RN job? Lend me your wisdom on this highly stressful topic since im fairly independent and have been surviving on loans to get through my program Thank you for your time and efforts :)
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