Well, this is my first post so I hope I am doing this right.
I graduated 2years ago from my ADN program.( I still feel I that I was well prepared with a good education) I worked for a year and then last year started an RN to BSN program. I don't know what I was expecting from my program, but I have had to deal with alot of flack for already being an RN. It is almost as though they take it as an insult, instead of working with us and building on our education. They talk to us as though we are not real nurses, that we have a "partial" education. Don't get me wrong I am going to school to learn, but the environment has been a hostile one.
I am not as angry and frustrated anymore, I have had my "venting" time.
(this is my last semester too!!! yeah!)
And things have gotten better since we talked to the dean. I guess I am just curious if I picked the wrong school or if this happens in other in other places.
Sep 12, '01
Do you hear what you just said? You said that some professor with chalk in her hand and her notes before came up with some half baked theory. Where is the science? Excuse me everybody for going on about such trivial matters when the world is on fire. I have spent my life dealing with life and death and I actually do know what is important.
Last edit by oramar on Sep 12, '01