WanderingSagehen 4,162 Views
Joined May 18, '10.
Posts: 109 (30% Liked)
I don't think we should give the air bubble. It's just there to protect the small dose in the vial from prematurely ejecting!😀shoot out the air 1st. It probably hurts more if injected.
Nice vent BUT... hey we all learn in different ways and at different rates. You sound burned out, seems like a reflection of the times rather than the fault of the students. Great teachers have different methods, yours sounds full of ego, I think I had a preceptor like you and it made for a negative experience. How about a little adaptation to the mentee, its not easy from that side either. Sorry you are so burdened by the all your wonderful experience that you must share. (but it sounds like you don't share the information). Get over yourself- part of your job is training new grads. Pardon my honest opinion.
I love nurses pocket drug guide. I pay the $10. It's so worth it for a speedy lookup and no internet.
Insulin pen and a metoprolol 100 that needed to be returned to pixis. I try to empty pockets to my nurse bag for this reason. I live 45 min away. I don't think I could even drive back. I might fall asleep.
Agree so much with bluedawn, she describes my clinical experience. I still feel like I really haven't seen what a nurse does. I just do my own thing in med-onc. It's been 3 years since graduation. I am a good nurse who seems to still do too much CNA stuff, but that's ok!
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