dream'n, BSN, RN 9,776 Views
Joined Aug 28, '06.
Posts: 859 (56% Liked)
I doubt your phone call had anything to do with losing the PRN position. It's probably something totally unrelated, like a bad reference that came in at the last minute or a credit check that raised flags. Could you have failed the drug screening? Who knows, maybe the position itself became a casualty of the unit budget? Don't be hard on yourself. Just wait for the letter to get your answers.
Do not go to work since you are running a fever. And never go to work thinking you may be able to be sent home. In all seriousness, back in 2005 (yes, 2005), I went to work sick and in pain against my better judgement. I got so ill throughout the shift I couldn't even hardly move or think. I was in tears. No one was able to cover for me and that was a most miserable and memorable shift for me.
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