Start out of report getting assessments done on my pts and check IV sites (usually takes from end of report/0720-0800), check labs, check med times, give 0800 insulins/meds after receiving VS from NA, report to charge nurse about poss d/c's/update from previous shift (this is truly a pain in the butt), chart assessments, pass 1000 meds. The rest of the afternoon is spent charting PRN, calling MDs, working on D/C's, IV starts, pass other scheduled meds, dressings/tx's, assist NA or LPN with any baths, etc. There is always plenty of work to be done, and although it sounds easy enough, anyone else with experience knows it is never this easy. Around 1700 finish up passing meds, I&Os, figure out who has had a BM today, do final turns, chart last minute stuff, prep for report at 1845-1915/1920. I also have a check list on my clipboard of other things I am suposed to do throughout my day so I don't forget certain things.