I have been back on career and am going to call the facility that is like 2 minutes away from where I am currently staying. I was able to get a different preceptor, BUTTTTT there are still many people who don't have on name bands. The regular nurse knows who the person is, and since it is a week day, the majority of them have family members in with them. I am extra cautious now after the error. Today I had the pharmacy rep. or whatever he was watch me, and I can't tell you how nervous I was. Took me forever to pour/pop/crush 5 pills. There are some changes that need to be done on the kardex because he noticed what I noticed my first day of passing meds. The times aren't always where they should be when a change is made i.e. crossing out or writing over 9a, which makes it barely legible. I know I must have gotten on my preceptors nerves, but if I can't read it, then I am NOT doing it. Same thing happened when she wanted me to d/c a med. I could not read the doctors hand writing, so I waited until she came back before I did anything. There are shifts where there is NO documentation on patients for days. Basically, there is no consistancy in anything. It seems to be just on one unit. You would think that since they were just cited by the state about these very issues, they would have gotten their arse in gear to correct this issues. As for me, until I find something else, I am covering my bottom big time. Not only do I document in the chart and other appropriate areas, but I have a not book that I keep, a type of "work diary". I decided it was in my best interest to do so.