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    Thanks lucymoo

    With the book essentials human anatomy and physiology current edition is 10 th do you think I can get away with the 9 th edition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelanathan View Post
    Thanks lucymoo

    With the book essentials human anatomy and physiology current edition is 10 th do you think I can get away with the 9 th edition?
    Sorry I'm not doing my ENs but I just did my RNs and I used older edition text books so I think that you can most definitely get away with it. The information is all the same and Generally there is not that much that changes (page numbers etc).

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    Is anyone doing dip enrolled nurse through caboolture tafe?
    If so how many days is full time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelanathan View Post
    Is anyone doing dip enrolled nurse through caboolture tafe?
    If so how many days is full time?
    Is it listed on the Tafes webpage by any chance?

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    No unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelanathan View Post
    Is anyone doing dip enrolled nurse through caboolture tafe?
    If so how many days is full time?
    First semester is 3 and a half
    Second semester is 4 days I think
    Third semester not sure 3-4 days


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    I have to quit. I'm not coping I can't do 4 hours travel every day, I can't attend classes when my daughter is sick (which is all the time). If online is correct, GCIT offers an online diploma with block prac sessions, and part time is only 23 months. Thinking about doing that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucymoo View Post
    I have to quit. I'm not coping I can't do 4 hours travel every day, I can't attend classes when my daughter is sick (which is all the time). If online is correct, GCIT offers an online diploma with block prac sessions, and part time is only 23 months. Thinking about doing that...
    Oh no! Is there anyway you can make it work? It would be a real shame to drop out now.
    You are right about GCIT offering the course online, but remember you will still need to travel for your prac sessions.

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    Lucymoo,
    Couldn't you do diploma at caboolture tafe do the part time option?
    April 15 is the enrollment date. It also has 2 week blocks like gcit

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    Crashing...

    I'm going to be starting my Dip in June through correspondence.
    My only worry is the prac side of things which I'll be doing at my local hospital.
    How do other mothers manage it? I currently have a 14 week old and 2 almost 4 year olds.


 

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