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Psych-NP has 15 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Psych.

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  1. More info on UND Psych NP PMHNP program. Please read this for more insight... https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    Did you work getting your PMHNP? At UND?

    More info on UND Psych NP PMHNP program. Please read this for more insight... https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    UND PMHNP Program

    More info on UND Psych NP PMHNP program. Please read this for more insight... https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    Psych NP - USA, UND, EKU ?

    More info on UND Psych NP PMHNP program. Please read this for more insight... https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    PMHNP

    More info on UND Psych NP PMHNP program. Please read this for more insight... https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    University of North Dakota PMHNP Program, Fall 2018

    Please read this for more insight: https://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=2498034
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    PMHNP Psych NP Questions

    FYI for anyone reading this post: RE: UND PMHNP program: It has had significant changes in the last year and is having some challenges. 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director, with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise, well the process was easy for some, and hell for others. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself. Additionally, the rates for the University of North Dakota UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state).
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    UND PMHNP Program

    The rates for the University of North Dakota UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals, facilities, organizations, so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements. So, you may need to find your own clinical preceptors and clinical sites. 
  9. Psych-NP

    PMHNP

    @myoglobin not anymore: we just learned that the rates for the University of North Dakota - UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals/ facilities/ organizations -so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements.
  10. FYI for anyone reading this post- RE: University of North Dakota (UND) PMHNP program -It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. There's only 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself. Also, we just learned that the rates for the University of North Dakota - UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals/ facilities/ organizations -so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements. So, you may need to find your own clinical preceptors and clinical sites. 
  11. FYI for anyone reading this post- RE: University of North Dakota (UND) PMHNP program -It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. There's only 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself. Also, we just learned that the rates for the University of North Dakota - UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals/ facilities/ organizations -so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements. So, you may need to find your own clinical preceptors and clinical sites. 
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    UI Chicago GEP Spring 2012

    FYI for anyone reading this post- RE: University of North Dakota (UND) PMHNP program -It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. There's only 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself. Also, we just learned that the rates for the University of North Dakota - UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals/ facilities/ organizations -so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements. So, you may need to find your own clinical preceptors and clinical sites.
  13. Psych-NP

    Psych NP - USA, UND, EKU ?

    Also, we just learned that the rates for the University of North Dakota - UND are skyrocketing to $827 from ~$480/ credit. >800 is comparable to other schools, but not when clinicals are not easily provided (instead they are currently patchworked together and you need to find your own if you are in another state). In the state of MN, many universities have priority with local hospitals/ facilities/ organizations -so, UND has great difficulty competing with clinical placements.
  14. Psych-NP

    UND PMHNP Program

    FYI for anyone reading this post: RE: UND PMHNP program -It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself.
  15. Psych-NP

    PMHNP

    Regarding UND PMHNP program: It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself.
  16. Psych-NP

    Psych NP - USA, UND, EKU ?

    FYI for anyone reading this post: RE: UND PMHNP program -It has had significant changes and is having some challenges. 1 primary professor for most of the psych NP classes who is also the director - with no accountability. Also, they do not provide everyone with clinicals as they advertise. Hopefully, the program will improve, but at the moment, they are not the first program I would recommend. Very poor communication, no support for students and you need the mentality that you will be teaching yourself.
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