Published Oct 4, 2011
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yes i did. have you received the link yet?
no link yet
just received the email so check your inbox.
nothing on my end yet
LL2788, BSN, RN
Sorry to interrupt this thread, but just curious, I've been wanting to apply for UCLA's program but lack the funding to make the move to California. I have a BSN and am going to be working as a rehab RN for 6mo-1 year starting next month. I'm planning on applying for the next residency at UCLA as I want to gain critical care experience in this hospital.. will the experience as a rehab RN still allow me to do this? or will i not be applicable b/c i will have RN experience..I just graduated in May and the rehab nursing will be my first job.
nothing here either :/
you will not be able to apply because the rn new grad program is for people with no experience
You probably will not get accepted due to having experience already
Hi, I just recently found out about this forum, and it's great to have nurses encouraging each other. Re: your question. I graduated in 2008 with my ADN, worked as a med-surg/tele nurse for a few months, then pursued my BSN. I just graduated in Sept and applied to the UCLA residency program. I had spoken to someone at HR to make sure I wasn't wasting anyone's time applying if I wasn't eligible for it, but she told me to go ahead and apply. As long as you have 12 months and less experience as a RN, I think they'll consider your application especially if you're changing specialties. I hope this helps. Good luck!
Good luck to the people who got the email!!!
Does anyone who got the link know if we can go back in to add references once we have filled it out already? I'm afraid to open the link because I'm still waiting for some of my potential refs to agree to do it for me
Has anyone still not gotten the link to Skill Survey after receiving the initial email? I'm still waiting for it...
I am still waiting for it as well. Those who received it, who is the the e-mail from - does it simply say "Skill Survey"? I just want to keep an eye on my inbox & spam folder.
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