Your clinical group... sorry to break up the party?

  1. Just wondering if it's only me. I'm ready to say ciao to my clinical group. Toward the end it appears there may have been some jealousies and territorial issues that reared their ugly heads. Most of the members of my group are great but I think it's a good idea to work with as many different people as you can. On the whole, I'm ready for a new batch of colleagues. Not that I'll get them. There's a very good chance many of us will pretty much wind up working together again next semester.

    How about y'all out there?
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   twarlik
    I like the fact that clinical groups rotate. Allows me to meet different people. Plus, it lets you get away from people you might not like working with!
  4. by   JudithL_in_NH
    Forty eight of us get remixed into groups of 8 each semester.

    It's fun. You get to know more people that way.
  5. by   RedSox33RN
    Quote from JudithL_in_NH
    Forty eight of us get remixed into groups of 8 each semester.

    It's fun. You get to know more people that way.
    Do you mind my asking what program you are in? I'm in NH too, going to NHTI now in General Studies, and Rivier in the fall for the ADN program.
  6. by   andre
    Quote from JudithL_in_NH
    Forty eight of us get remixed into groups of 8 each semester.

    It's fun. You get to know more people that way.
    Yup, same here....and I like it too! Otherwise, how would I ever get to know the names of the other 47 students in my program?

    Oh and Judith's at the tech in Manchester (NHCTC) and I'm at the one in Stratham....since we're friends, I figure she won't mind my answering for her!
    Andrea
  7. by   RedSox33RN
    Quote from andre
    Yup, same here....and I like it too! Otherwise, how would I ever get to know the names of the other 47 students in my program?

    Oh and Judith's at the tech in Manchester (NHCTC) and I'm at the one in Stratham....since we're friends, I figure she won't mind my answering for her!
    Andrea
    Cool! I like seeing other New Hampsha-ites! :chuckle
  8. by   JudithL_in_NH
    Hi, Andrea (didn't I just see you in Micro lab?)

    Hi, Whitney--you'll have to let us know how you like the program at Riv
  9. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    This is our last semester working together. Although there's a few that i'll keep in contact with, most i am glad that we won't be doing this again. The backbiting, backstabbing, gossip, etc. was worse than any school or job i've ever seen.
  10. by   maire
    My clinical group this semester was fantastic. Everyone got along, there were no little "groupings" (you know the type), and there was no back-stabbing, jealous *****iness. We all helped each other out. With the exception of one person (I think) who had to switch sections, this clinical group will be together next semester as well.
  11. by   RNKITTY04
    Ditto what LPN2B said.
  12. by   Love-A-Nurse
    we all get along fine and help each other out when needed/asked.

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