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Overall, I think MGHIHP is a great program with a good balance of clinical and theoretical base teaching methods. Our fieldwork experiences are usually in great healthcare settings allowing students to get hands on experience. Professors have an extensive amount of experience in their field.
The MGH IHP has the unique connection to one of the best hospitals in the nation, which gives students access to incredible clinical placements and recourses associated to the hospital. The school is located in the picturesque Charlestown Navy Yard, the school offers new and high tech study spaces overlooking the harbor. Faculty come from a diverse background of interests and specialty areas are eager to help and assist with assignments and career interests.
One of the main reasons I selected this school was because it offered the Dual Adult Gerontology/ Women's Health track for the direct entry nurse practitioner program. Also, the school begins clinical placement during your very first semester which means that I will be given ample experience in not only learning but also successfully applying the tools necessary for me to become a nurse. The workload may definitely seem overwhelming at first but you are given the option to take certain classes the summer before your second year which would allow you to lighten your workload for your second year. There is likewise the option to attend school part time once you receive your RN and then you could also work at that time as well.