There is an old saying that I'm not exactly certain who said it or how it goes, but the gist of it was, that just because you CAN do something, it doesn't necessarily hold true that you SHOULD. You may very well have a BSN in Nursing and have passed your NCLEX with flying colors, but that doesn't mean you can empty a bedpan with the instructions printed on the bottom. I don't mean to insult you, I don't even know you, but having a BSN or NCLEX doesn't prepare you for Critical Care and it doesn't teach you the intricacies of how to care for critically injured or ill patients. Can you even read an EKG? Can you intrpret an A Line? Have you ever run a Code? Have you ever had two patients crash at the same time? I'm not trying to be mean, but these are ICU related questions that come up every day. You said on August 7 you got a job, I hope for your patients sake, that it included a lengthy internship at the very least. You can't just say I work in ICU.