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MissM472 BSN

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MissM472 has 5 years experience as a BSN and specializes in RN MPH CHES.

Just out here trying to make a difference.

BSc Biology 2008, MPH 2010, BSN 2014.

Started off in Medsurg and transferred to L&D inย 2016ย ๐Ÿคฐ๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿคฐ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿป๐Ÿคฐ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿคฐ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿฝ

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    Starting a CNA school in Maryland

    I am trying to start one too in Maryland. Right now, they are only accepting applications for northwest Maryland.
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    shift preference? and pigeon-holed new grad?

    You have it made! M-F only!! I would do 12 hour shifts, 3 in a row M-T-Th or T-W-F, or M-T-W, then you can have 4 days off. Don't choose 8 hour shifts nor 10 hour shifts.
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    Georgetown Online FNP program

    Would anyone mind giving a review or thoughts about the program? Feel free to message me!!
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    Regrets Leaving Bedside Practice

    I agree with nurse Beth. I just wanted to add that if you do change your mind on the PRN position, you can always go through an agency, that way you are not required to meet the minimum requirements a hospital may require.
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    Trouble getting a job in a "Good Ole Boy Town"

    I agree. Try the VA!! I got an offer there as a new grad.
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    Trouble getting a job in a "Good Ole Boy Town"

    It's time to move. Come to the dc/maryland/northern virginia area. Jobs are plentiful. MedStar hospitals are pretty good and you will be able to climb the ladder without discrimination.
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    Sinai Hospital in Baltimore

    Anyone have an answer to this question?
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    New RN, looking ahead; MPH?

    Hello Everyone, Getting my BSN was THEEEE BEST decision I made in my professional career. It has opened up so many doors. I finished my BSN in August 2014. My public health contract position ended in October 2014 and I took a month vacation. I sat for my NCLEX in December 2014 and passed! I took the first offer on a medsurg floor in January 2015 and have been at the same hospital ever since. I just recently transferred to Labor and Delivery, after a year in medsurg. I have maintained a consulting-part-time job in public health and after that ended, I picked up a part-time job giving flu shots at corporate sites. Nursing has opened sooo many doors for me, especially since my main goal was to combine my public health and nursing degrees. It was a struggle finding jobs in public health. I would apply for 50 jobs and get maybe 4 call backs. Now I'm more careful in applying for jobs because more than likely, I will get a call back. :) For all my fellow MPH'ers, just go ahead and go to nursing school. So many people discouraged me - family and friends told me - "don't do it...why not get another masters or phd...why do you want to start your career again at 28.. another bachelors is like going backwards." If I had listened to them, I would still be struggling with my direction in life.
  9. It doesn't help that yesterday was a holiday either. Im just patiently waiting.
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    Got 265 questions NCLEX RN

    Lacharity is excellent plus kaplan decision tree. I took mine dec 29th as well and it was prioritization overload!!!!
  11. I'm having the same issue. But took mine on dec 29th. I had issues with my palm being scanned. I will call on jan 2...
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    Pearsonveu status "Result not Available"

    It's also new years eve. Well new yrs now. Pearson and offices are closed. Wait till January 2nd.
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    New RN, looking ahead; MPH?

    I was reading her other posts. I don't think she has done hospital bed side. I have met a Nurse of 30 years who has worked at the health department for 29 of those 30 years. She said she has no interest in bedside and hospitals. She has done international, mission trips, but mainly community health/health department projects, worked in implementing several federal health grants.
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    New RN, looking ahead; MPH?

    Thank you for that...very inspiring. I would like to do something very similar. Once you finished nursing school, did you ever do bedside in a hospital setting, or did you go straight into the position at the health department?
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    Trinity University

    nope, not accelerated.
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    Chamberlain college of nursing...arlington campus...

    Can anyone share the cost per semester for a full-time student? Thank you
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