I have been a nurse since September '13 and at my job for about 3 months now (a LTC facility) and I love it. The problem is, a few weeks ago an aid got stuck by a needle that was left in a resident's room and because I was the last person to give that resident insulin, the blame fell on me (it COULD have been me but who knows!) I never denied that it was my fault, but I've seen one left in a room before too, so it could have been someone else and gone unnoticed. Anyways! long story short, it blew up bigger than it should have, I got reprimanded and written up, and now I lay in bed at night after work wondering if I disposed all the syringes from my shift. I'm super cautious but now I'm paranoid! Anyone else forget a syringe on accident? Btw, I make sure I always lock the safety now too!