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  1. MRH23

    Fear-mongering in nursing school

    I think discrimination does exist one of the professors on the committee is from mass general and she is brutal and she did look at my meds. She may want me to redo Two semesters at a cost. My med surg GPA is around an 82 and I have a good clinical course grade as well so if they choose to be partial and know they can get away with it I have to give them what they want I’d think and just say my piece. I did call a legal counsel no reply yet so I’m not sure if or how I would fight a decision but it’s very important right now in my life that this work with me younger students have gotten more for less as as I’m 37 female and unmarried I really feel this specific professor doesn’t listen IDK any key phrases to use LOL I’d appreciate any feedback of course thanks
  2. Hi Rose

     

    I Saw you reading my recent post and was curious if u ever had a student who had gone thru what I recently posted on my feed regarding readmission after a medical leave in fourth semester In lieu of mental illness but possessing a good GPA. I saw you are a nursing educator.  I would greatly value your input if you had any to offer!!

    1. Rose_Queen

      Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

      Hello, @MRH23, I don't have any experience with your situation. I work in staff development, not academic education. Give it some time, and you'll likely get responses to your thread.

    2. MRH23

      MRH23

      Will do thank you

  3. MRH23

    Readmission Letter to Nursing Program

    I’m so sorry I misread your question!! I would say you have the right idea reviewing material and assessment videos are a great idea for that By the way. Combining learning styles is always an asset visually and then audibally is really healthy when studying it can help you retain material. Anything you do and accolade you retain from whomever u should use in your readmission letter in writing if you can get it it’s important to note and show u have support good luck!! Sorry for my former post again
  4. MRH23

    Fear-mongering in nursing school

    Hi The amount of fear based On what I might lose my housing and life based on this situation is staggering it is uNwarrented but worth it IDK how else to tell you I am hoping My situation below works out so if this helps I hope it offers u perspective that was my best ally in school as I finish hopefully... I'm a fourth semester nursing student. I attended 2017-2019 and am reapplying it to renter 2021 Spring. I have Addisons Disease and bipolar both unreported to my nursing school because I haven’t been sick in quite awhile from either I’llness though I take lithium and risperdal with hydrocortisone. Fourth semester my advisor coached me into a medical withdrawal five weeks before graduation. My GPA is 3.7 and I was a nursing tutor sometimes without pay. I was hospitalized this year in March unrelated but as I am now writing a read admissions letter I may need to be aware is my psychiatric inpatient stay as they will be asking my doctors my meds and pertinent information. I have recovered successfully and do not need to attend school until next Spring 2021 to complete the RB program I have reviewed consistently and let them know and my Addisons Disease the reason I took the withdrawal is a combo of bipolar and Addisons symptoms related to stress and not sleeping have been resolved. I was supposed to reapply in January but my roommate is a rêcent kidney Transplant patient and was very sick and is immunosuppressed so I had to let the nursing office know I couldn’t return until after he recouperatef but then covid 19 came so they are considering my proposal now at least I think so. What are my chances of readmission given I was sick last Spring 2019 and now Again this year Given I am outstanding student academically I live in upstate new york thanks.
  5. I was enrolled 2017-2019 and am To reapplying Spring 2020 for Spring 2021
  6. Hi I'm a fourth semester nursing student. I have Addisons Disease and bipolar both unreported to my nursing school because I haven’t been sick in quite awhile from either I’llness though I take lithium and risperdal with hydrocortisone. Fourth semester my advisor coached me into a medical withdrawal five weeks before graduation. My GPA is 3.7 and I was a nursing tutorsometimes without pay. I was hospitalized this year in March unrelated but as I am now writing a read admissions letter I may need to be aware is my psychiatric inpatient stay as they will be asking my doctors my meds and pertinent information. I have recovered successfully and do not need to attend school until next Spring 2021 to complete the RB program I have reviewed consistently and let them know and my Addisons Disease the reason I took the withdrawal is a combo of bipolar and Addisons symptoms related to stress and not sleeping have been resolved. I was supposed to reapply in January but my roommate is a rêcent kidney Transplant patient and was very sick and is immunosuppressed so I had to let the nursing office know I couldn’t return until after he recouperatef but then covid 19 came so they are considering my proposal now at least I think so. What are my chances of readmission given I was sick last Spring 2019 and now Again this year Given I am outstanding student academically I live in upstate new york thanks.
  7. MRH23

    Readmission Letter to Nursing Program

    Hi I'm a fourth semester nursing student. I have Addisons Disease and bipolar both unreported to my nursing school because I haven’t been sick in quite awhile from either I’llness though I take lithium and risperdal with hydrocortisone. Fourth semester my advisor coached me into a medical withdrawal five weeks before graduation. My GPA is 3.7 and I was a nursing tutor sometimes without pay. I was hospitalized this year in March unrelated but as I am now writing a read admissions letter I may need to be aware is my psychiatric inpatient stay as they will be asking my doctors my meds and pertinent information. I have recovered successfully and do not need to attend school until next Spring 2021 to complete the RB program I have reviewed consistently and let them know and my Addisons Disease the reason I took the withdrawal is a combo of bipolar and Addisons symptoms related to stress and not sleeping have been resolved. I was supposed to reapply in January but my roommate is a rêcent kidney Transplant patient and was very sick and is immunosuppressed so I had to let the nursing office know I couldn’t return until after he recouperatef but then covid 19 came so they are considering my proposal now at least I think so. What are my chances of readmission given I was sick last Spring 2019 and now Again this year Given I am outstanding student academically I live in upstate new york thanks.
  8. Hi I am a nursing student pursuing my ADN (associates in nursing) at BHCC. I have a Bachelor's in Science degree in Biology. I have a friend in my nursing program that got me an interview with his hiring manger, which I attended today. It is at BIDMC in a med-surg unit. I asked a lot of question and listened to a lot about how the hospital works. But i looks promising that I might get it. My concern is job security. The hiring manager told me it was a possibility that I could be hired after graduation, seeing I have a Bachelor's Degree and will have an ADN. I have to be honest though I am getting cold feet. He said 2013 has been flooded with applications for the Clinical I positions. But he did also say that BIDMC hires from within and my experience would qualify me. So I am trying to trust the silver lining in that part of our conversation. Does anyone have experience in FARR 1-9 at BIDMC that can offer support about obtaining a job after graduation? My alternative which I don't really want to take is applying to Spaulding Rehab in Cambridge hire their PCA's ( I think they call them techs) with 2 year degrees consistently without worry. I really want the job, I have 7 years experience as a PCA and I don't necessarily want another rung on my resume but BIDMC is a good hospital. Can anyone offer any advice on whether it is a prudent decision to accept the position working in med-surg. Sincerely, mrh23
  9. I just took the teas v on october 27th. Tough wasn't it?? I got an 82%. I think the test was harder than I anticipated. I've been told anywhere from 84% and higher was considered great, so you may have gotten a better score than you think!
  10. Im sorry to hear that. VDid you do the McGraw hill practice exams or ATI online tests? I've heard those were helpful. I'm taking my exam Saturday. If you can offer any suggestions I'd appreciate it!!
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