Hello everyone. I was recently offered an ICU position (hopefully it works out. I've been verbally hired before and then later been called back and told that they wanted someone with experience so I don't trust that I have a job anymore until I'm actually working!) and I'm so nervous. I've been out of school for over a year and I'd like advice on how to be successful.
For any ICU nurses that have helped trained new grads or new grads currently in ICU:
What separated successful new grads from the ones that were unsuccessful?
What reference books would be best for me to buy since I've been out of school for so long?
Any other advice or tips are appreciated. Thank you!