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    MSU Denver ANO Spring 2021

    He took his HESI yesterday and got a 95%. He has a bachelors in health and exercise science already so I think that helped him get a good score and he is great at math. If he can get As in his remaining 3 classes then he will have 9/10 points. Did anyone have to do online labs for Micro or Chemistry? That’s the only option with COVID.
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    MSU Denver ANO Spring 2021

    Hi everyone! My husband is applying for the Spring 2021 ANO program. He takes his HESI tomorrow and he still has to take Patho, Micro and Chemistry this Fall. I'm already an RN so I know how challenging that semester will be. Hopefully he will be joining you all in January. @Clairebear how many points did they say is "on the cusp"? Just wondering how optimistic we should be haha.
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    MedSurg to ICU: Level I or Level III

    Hey guys! I am an RN on a Med/Surg floor at a small community hospital. I've been an RN for 2 years, I'm a relief charge nurse and a preceptor. I was an LPN for 2 years before that in Urgent Care, Family Medicine and MedSurg. I'm applying for the ICU Residency program and I have a choice between a large, level I trauma center or a smaller level III. The Level I has a very bad reputation of poor teamwork. Many nurses who came from here tell me no one wants to help you, you are on your own. Lots of cliques and bully's. The experience would be really great in terms of exposure. This hospital gets all the trauma from the Colorado mountains and Ski resorts. The Level III has a great reputation. Excellent teamwork, everyone is willing to help you learn and assist you when you're struggling. They don't see as much, obviously, but all the nurses I've met from here rave about a good experience. The level I is 15 minutes from my house and the level III is 40 minutes. Winter drives in Colorado can be really bad. My long term goal is to become a traveler and ultimately an FNP in developing countries. Which hospital do you think I should apply for?
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    From Med/Surg to ICU. Level 1 or Level 3?

    Hey guys! I am an RN on a Med/Surg floor at a small community hospital. I've been an RN for 2 years, I'm a relief charge nurse and a preceptor. I was an LPN for 2 years before that in Urgent Care, Family Medicine and MedSurg. I'm applying for the ICU Residency program and I have a choice between a large, level I trauma center or a smaller level III. The Level I has a very bad reputation of poor teamwork. Many nurses who came from here tell me no one wants to help you, you are on your own. This hospital gets really crazy trauma from the Colorado mountains and Ski resorts. The Level III has a great reputation. Excellent teamwork, everyone is willing to help you learn and assist you when you're struggling. They don't see as much, obviously, but all the nurses I've met from here rave about a good experience. The level I is 15 minutes from my house and the level III is 40 minutes. Winter drives in Colorado can be really bad. My long term goal is to become a traveler and ultimately an FNP in developing countries. Which hospital do you think I should apply for?
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