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Camwill ASN, BSN, MSN, LPN, APRN, NP

Primary Care; Child Advocacy; Child Abuse; ED

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Camwill has 22 years experience as a ASN, BSN, MSN, LPN, APRN, NP and specializes in Primary Care; Child Advocacy; Child Abuse; ED.

Wife, mother of seven, Army veteran, FNP-C and in last year of DNP program. I love my family, nursing, education and mentoring! 

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    Mercy Hospital Fellowship

    I was in the first mercy fellowship in Springfield, I am sure it has changed some but I enjoyed it for the most part!
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    Burned out and hate nursing

    Find out what in nursing will make you happy! Nursing is one of the few careers that has so much opportunities. I knew I was getting tired and burned out in critical care so I look around at positions that nurses were doing in my hospital that I thought I would like. I switched to case management and have had so many opportunities within the department. I am beyond happy had yes it sucks a little working 5 days a week but nothing compares to being happy to go to work each and everyday! Good luck with finding what you will love! I also took a part time research position, very interesting part of nursing that I didn't know about [emoji40]
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    VA Clinical Ladder

    You have to be in the right department within the VA. I had the struggle getting into the VA but was offered a temporary position. So the DON hired me into his new float team and told me that I could go into another position once the manager and myself agreed. I worked hard and kept my ear to the ground trying to get into a department where people were happy and I also had an opportunity for advancement. The dept that I worked in majority of the time left little room for advancement but others told me to come to pact. So I asked questions to the nurses there and their manager gives opportunity for advancement. So that is where I went. They are giving me opportunities to do things that the board wants to see. I guess in May I will see if this pays off [emoji4][emoji40]🤔
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    ER vs. ICU in Military

    I was wondering what a typical day or week of work is like...I mean do you work 12 hour shifts...is it 5 days a week...
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    Anyone attending cox college

    There were several of my class mates that worked while going to school. Most did not have a problem getting a job at Cox or Mercy while in the program and they said that their managers worked around their school schedule. Good luck!
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    Cox Hospital Graduate Intern (Springfield, MO)

    You will not have any trouble getting a job there and possibly in your dream area. Why are you moving there? If you don't mind me asking...
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    Cox Hospital Graduate Intern (Springfield, MO)

    Yes everyone in my class passed the first time they took the NCLEX. I took the position but already moved to California got another position and I graduate from Cox College a year after my ASN with with my BSN on Friday. Good luck to you with whatever program you are in!
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    ASN Cox College

    I believe if you are around the 3.6 mark you will get in.
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    ASN Cox College

    Don't count yourself out! Apply!
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    What does this mean on Breeze website?!

    Bump someone know the answer?
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    ASN Cox College

    You can do it any of those ways...it is what suites you best! I got all my prerequisite at Cox but you don't have too. Some of my classmates did OTC prerequisite to save money. I did the ASN program (may 2014) and took a couple of extra classes at the same time, so I could finish my BSN quickly. I graduate at Cox with my BSN in May 2015 the same time my friends that started their BSN program at cox. So I will have a year experience and my BSN in May. Was it hard? Yes! But was it worth it...yes! If you need any help please ask away!
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    ASN Cox College

    Yes I believe all nursing programs are hard to get into, but not impossible. Make good grades and you will have a good chance to get in on the first try! I believe my class who graduated in May 2014 avg gpa was 3.75 or higher. I am sure you can do it though!
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    ASN Cox College

    I didn't but I know some of my classmates did...
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    What does this mean on Breeze website?!

    Where do you go on breeze to find out information about your application? I see where to verify license but I don't see where to look up information on your application. Thanks
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    "Holiday/year end" gift

    We got $100, a $25 gift at a local grocery, and a free dinner at my ED. $40 from the surgical floor I worked for. Two different hospitals. The smaller hospital gave the better gift ☺️. I am grateful that either gave anything though!
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    Fresno area jobs

    My family and I will be moving to the Clovis, Fresno area. I am currently a RN in the ED, BSN (may 2015), and will have a year experience in June 2015. That is when we plan to move. I am waiting on my license number from endorsing to California. How hard will it be to get a job in this area? I know the market is tough for new graduates. I will not be picky, my mother in law is 78, and won't move out of state. It is time to go home.