Any feedback from people who have been there or know others who have been there would be much appreciated.
After reading some of the old posts on here about race and the border and island clinics, that gave me pause. Could I meet those clinical needs through local CNA, phlebotomy, etc. courses? Is there a better way?
As far as phlebotomy, if you would consider using the certification to work on the side, then sure. Otherwise, if you will be taught in your practicum I wouldn't invest that much time and money. But I don't have personal experience with that one
Have fun with whatever you do!
Amara ~ Married to my HS sweetheart, we're having a blast with baby Z (1/29/2011)
mom to 3 home-born children, wife to a great guy
There are also dates coming up in February 2011 (20-26, maybe?)
Believing, doting, simplifying, caffeinating, baking, midwife in training, and mothering like a dirty hippie.
#3 due in April!
You will get lots of hands on experience, improve your spanish, and see a few crazy and probably rare cases. Just remember that fear is not helpful to you.
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