pat8585 13,805 Views
Joined May 20, '06.
Posts: 396 (13% Liked)
I have experienced this with almost EVERY nursing instructor I had.
I can honestly say they would rather see you fail than succeed.
Has anyone else experienced this ?
Just look at your paycheck and remember when you made CNA salary. That usually makes me smile!
I would be hesitant to choose that school.
thanks to everyone for their replies. I am finding out there is A LOT of politics
and that no matter how much you try to do your best for a client they will step over you if they feel like it, sadly.:icon_roll
You know what would be great? Let ALL americans have the SAME health insurance plan that all the US senators and Congress people have.
I would be wiling to switch !
I am not a manager, I am an LPN. I saw the stuff you described (piercings, heels, unkempt appearance)
often with anything from coworkers to check out girls at walmart.
You definitely hit the nail on the head! Sadly, I think society as a whole is turning out less than
It starts in nursing school. Where basically you are self taught. That was my experience anyway. Oh, and did I mention the bullying by the clinical instructors who are waiting with baited breath to dock you in your evaluation.
I have a bachelor of science degree in another field. I have never seen such unprofessionalism as I did in nursing school.
My respect for the profession in general has dropped significantly.
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