I am a new grad (last summer) who began my career on a pedi hem/onc floor. The nurses are all very tough on my floor and on the unfriendly side, so I mainly just keep busy and do my job rather than socialize with them too much. However, I am running into some issues with them telling admin on our floor that I am not doing some things that I am(which I think if I could flip back thru chart I could easily defend-but I can't). So, I was brought into office (for second time) for a re-learning program, which is fine but I was so upset initially that I didn't really defend myself. So, my question is after MUCH heartache and extreme dwelling over these "issues," do I go back to explain myself so they don't think I am just "going thru the motions" of my job. They mentioned, "these are basic nursing skills/lack critical thinking/not asking enough questions"-which I feel like I am asking a TON of questions. The first time they brought me in was bc I told a nurse a sicklers lungs were clear and she thought they were coarse, so amped up my lung sound training/spoke with resp ther etc. But this time I am having a hard time bc I feel like the issues are unfounded and that I am already doing what they want me to do....feeling lost, stupid, inadequate.... What would u do?