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    timeline

    that's useful information, thanks!
  2. rookiewasp

    timeline

    I would really like a response to this question as well..... anyone have an answer at all???
  3. rookiewasp

    British RN

    thankyou for explaining such a basic thing to me. You would think that would be obvious to someone reading the wisconsin licensing website wouldnt you? Im grateful. Cheers!
  4. rookiewasp

    British RN

    thanks for that Silverdragon. I have fired off a number of emails to the wisconsin licensing authority and they ended up telling me it would be up to individual nursing schools as to whether they would take me. More and more Im coming round to the idea of going back to the uk to do a return to practice course. Once I have done that Im unsure whether I need to take both the nclex and the state exam, as the wisconsin board website is sooooo confusing!
  5. rookiewasp

    British RN

    Hi all New to this place so please be gentle. Im not sure if there is an answer to my question but I wondered whether the massed brain power here might be able to help. I qualified as a RN in the uk back in 1990 and worked for the next 15 years in England, mainly in critical care. I then took five years out to look after my children and would like to start my career up again. I am now a permanent resident of Wisconsin but the bad news is my RN license to practice in the uk has lapsed. I could renew if I travelled back to the uk and completed a Return to Practice course but this would take me away from family here for 20 weeks (). My question is, does anyone know of a way I could renew my uk license to practice here in the usa? If I could present all the evidence of my prior learning and experience, is there an organisation that would accept that and let me renew as an american RN? I know it's a long shot but I would be grateful for any and all advice.
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