Getting super excited. 3 weeks until i start my degree. My tuts come out on the 21st and i have been looking at what textbooks i need.
I have also been looking at working in the UK after i finish my degree. has anyone looked at this. would love to hear your thoughts
This time next week I will be very impatiently waiting for 4pm to roll around to find out if I have an offer in nursing. It seems to be taking forever to come around!
spice, thanks for your concern. I'm feeling pretty good about the path I am taking. I've spoken with the course coord a few times, and she has been really lovely. However, I would never take a university course coordinator's word for how employable I'll be after doing their program -- it serves them to get lots of people into their program, after all! To answer your question, no, I'm not planning to go rural, although due to my husband's work I'll probably always be in a regional centre of some type.
Thanks for sharing your Griffith experience - I'll be doing the same thing (starting P/T, so no clinical stuff in my first year of study). Glad to hear you found it more than doable with everything else, especially compared to the F/T students. Makes me feel very content with my decision to go P/T.
Yay!! Got into Griffith Logan Bachelor of midwifery!! First preference so happy!!! Anyone else at Griffith this year or already at Griffith? Would love to get an idea of the 1st year work load- approx hours in campus etc. good luck to anyone else waiting on offers today. X
At GU, you will do a two week intensive at the beginning of each semester. This is generally the only time you'll need to attend the university. If you happen to get to do your placement at Logan hosp, then you'll have a weekly 'Tutes at clinical' (TAC) session at the uni too. It is a very intensive program & my advice to you is to try & get a study group going amongst other students who will be doing their placement at the same hospital as yourself.
TIP: you can get an off-peak parking permit for about $25 for the month which is much cheaper than paying daily ($5.50). Do a search of the Griffith web site.
Woohoo I got into a bachelor of nursing at uniSA, was not expecting to get in.. Bring it on I'm excited..
Congrats parenting rocks! Welcome I started part time last year so this year will be doing Prep for midwifery practice, and effective communication with you. (I'm also knocking off a 3rd year elective this semester). I agree with brunfelesia, it's a very full on degree. Orientation days this year are Tue 29/1 and wed 30/1, i higjly reend going to this! and then you will need to be at intensives for the first 2 weeks of Feb!
Got a letter today offering me a RM position....
I started working in this position full time 7 weeks ago.....
QLD Health on the ball....
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