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University of South Alabama 2020 Student Requirements

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by Peter Martin Peter Martin (New) New

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I’ve been accepted to USA NP school Summer 2020. I have completed all CastleBranch student requirements EXCEPT one: Hepatitis B titer is negative.

The deadline for all requirements is April 20. This series would obviously exceed that date. Anybody have experience with this matter and will clinical affairs be lenient on this??? CastleBranch states series in progress are not acceptable.

Im just very concerned this ONE thing is going to disqualify me from beginning this summer. I go to get my first booster for the series tomorrow. 

Any input is greatly appreciated!

Peter
 

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Hi Peter, 

Also starting Summer 2020 at USA FNP/ENP program. According to the USA website if you are negative you will need a one time booster, wait a month and re-draw the titer.  "If the titer negative again submit the result, along with a note from your healthcare provider stating you received the series and booster and are a non-responder" At this point you will be within the deadline. 

On 1/26/2020 at 5:10 PM, Peter Martin said:

I’ve been accepted to USA NP school Summer 2020. I have completed all CastleBranch student requirements EXCEPT one: Hepatitis B titer is negative.

The deadline for all requirements is April 20. This series would obviously exceed that date. Anybody have experience with this matter and will clinical affairs be lenient on this??? CastleBranch states series in progress are not acceptable.

Im just very concerned this ONE thing is going to disqualify me from beginning this summer. I go to get my first booster for the series tomorrow. 

Any input is greatly appreciated!

Peter
 

 

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I’m all cleared in CastleBranch and the school. I got the proposed curriculum email today. Just waiting on that next letter.

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