Thank you for the responses, all! It is greatly appreciated. Thus, for now (a bit of alphabet soup for my email signature but I’m living on the edge): Cersei, MSN, RN, PCCN, RN-BC. Everywhere else, Cersei, MSN, RN.
Thank you very much for the information, everyone! This post comes at a perfect time. I graduated virtually this month (May 2020) and I was wondering the same question. For my NYC NPs, I did apply to receive certification from the NYS (Acute Care) but I have not received authorization from the ANCC in order to sit for the exam yet. It’s still proper to write it this way correct: Cersei, MSN, RN? I only add my other certifications on my email signature (PCCN and RN-BC). Thank you, again. Have a wonderful evening.
Greetings, Renaa15! Try asking the pharmacy department to see what they say. Usually when I have a compatibility question that I can't figure out with Lexicomp, I just call to get a more definitive answer. Hope that helps - good luck!
Thank you very much for your feedback! One of the reasons for me would be seeing a great deal of readmissions on our Cardiac Tele floor. It inspires me to want to work with patients and provide them with more resources within the community and at home, hoping to decrease the amount of readmissions for the same issue/complaint.
In regards to the Hunter program and the personal statement, I am working on it early and I find myself adding in references from certain research articles related to role of the nurse practitioner. Would you say that's overkill? Should I essentially keep it simple and straightforward?
Congratulations! Pardon in advance for not having the answers you seek. I am hoping to apply to the Hunter program for the 2017 Spring semester - how long did it take for you to receive your acceptance letter/email?
Hi smiley28! What ended up working for my group of friends is actually trying to directly email the nurse recruiters while simultaneously applying online. Sometimes a handful of recruiters ignore your email, but all it takes is one who is really interested and sets the ball rolling. Good luck with your job search!
Edit: Essentially what estrellaCR has stated and she did a fantastic job! It really works. Good luck once again
Thank you very much smiley28! I really really hope that everything works out in the end! It would be such a wonderful experience. I would say keep applying every 2 weeks. I can't verify why (can't find a link or any additional sources) but I believe the whole process resets itself every 2 weeks on the NSLIJ system.
Thanks for sharing your experience cgun101! I truly want to join their critical care team and I'm humbly bracing myself for all of the lumps and bumps in between.:) If I'm fortunate to be chosen for this wonderful opportunity, I can't wait to just immerse myself in such a dynamic environment with my fellow nursing colleagues.
Greetings, smiley28! I went in for an interview this week for the Critical Care Fellowship. I'm not quite sure what a "good sign" would be in terms of the probability of getting a callback for the next step. For anyone who has successfully made it through the entire process, what were the good signs that you noticed?
Greetings, here4u! Maybe try â€‹Impaired Dentition related to ineffective oral hygiene or Impaired Dentition related to deficient knowledge regarding dental health. The other diagnosis could possibly be an "at risk for" type of diagnosis related to a nutritional deficit. Good luck with your concept map!
Post edit: Another one could be Impaired Oral Mucous Membrane related to loss of supportive structures or Risk for Aspiration
Source: Ackley, B. J., & Ladwig, G. B. (2013). Nursing diagnosis handbook: an evidence-based guide to planning care (10th ed.). United States: Elsevier Health Sciences.
Citation: (Ackley & Ladwig, 2013)