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Start anti-bullying education in school....NURSING SCHOOL.
Lets see....being screamed at in front of a patient by an "instructor". Being told I was incompetent and not performing anywhere near to the level of my other class mates.
Long story short...I quit , instructor was fired, and the school had in-the-toilet nclex pass rates.
guess it wasnt ALL me!
i could start by saying "oh follow your dreams, be prepared to work really hard and it will be great". But I am not goung to. Bullying /incivility exists very much in nursing. It starts in nursing school. I had never experienced such unprofessionalism in my life. I also had a bachelors degree in a different field. I used to hold nurses in high esteem. I dont anymore. The way I have been treated in,nursing school and on the job opened my eyes pretty big. I would highly recommend working as a CNA in either a,nursing home or hospital before commiting to full time nursing school. PS your caring heart will be ignored.
How is the MN STATE Wadena RN program? I am curious about their nclex pass rates.
I checked the board of nursing and MN STATE has all 4 schools combined. They are not broke down per school.
How does the Wadena program fare ?
I would be hesitant to choose that school.
Just look at your paycheck and remember when you made CNA salary. That usually makes me smile!
Hello....sorry for the big delay.
Yes, I felt I experienced unfair treatment in my program. I felt I was not being TAUGHT anything.
I also felt I was expected to perform at the same level as a current RN.
Is that common? Is a student supposed to perform equal to an RN?
I will say that the program I was in received disciplinary action for low
Pass rates for nclex.
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 !
Just wondering how some of you would handle being in a nursing program that you felt was personally unsupportive to you as a student.
I struggled with a couple of issues in the program and the way it was handled by the instructor AND the program manager was extremely NON supportive.
So i am seriously thinking about not continuing with the program. Part of me considers
trying another school, but I have a feeling I would run into the same kind of treatment again and i really can't afford it.
Is there a place on allnurss that lists all states? There used to be....
I have been in abusive relationships before. I also experienced bullying from several nursing instructors. The bullying was so bad, I chose to drop out rather than continue with the program. I sometimes regret dropping out, but I simply couldn't take the pressure of having to perform perfectly in order to pass the instructors class. The college eventually got rid of those two unprofessional instructors. But I know that their replacements would more than likely be just as bad. I have seen enough in nursing school and the job world to know that the majority of nurses are very unprofessional and would rather talk bad about their coworkers vs. help them.
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.
Short answer...only YOU can decide if it is for you. Unfortunately, there are some negatives with nursing that you will experience in school and on the job. It is a profession like no other. And I don't mean that in a positive way.
Now the good news....there are some wonderful things about nursing such as being there for someone in their time of need and a lot of flexibility in job choices.
It seems to be tolerated very well in the profession. Just wondering why there doesn't seem to be the
"hype" about it when the current pc tone is no bullying.
Bullying in public schools has been a topic prevalent in the media and society the last couple years. However, bullying, or "lateral violence", or "incivility" seems to be an ongoing problem in the nursing field.
I have been bullied both as a student and also on the job.
I know others have been bullied too.
Why does it seem so acceptable for nurses to practice bullying ?
I don't think I have ever heard of a solution to this problem.
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