JulcaryRN 1,355 Views
Joined Jul 25, '10.
Posts: 9 (33% Liked)
THanks so much for your replies. I have basically heard nothing but good things about it. I'm very excited and hope I get the opportunity!
I'm wondering if someone who works for Nurse Family Partnership could answer a few questions I have. I am considering working with them. How many clients do you take on at one time? On average how many home visits do you do a week... a day? How much time do you spend out in the field vs. in the office? Do you have much interaction with the nurses you work with (in your office)?
spoon shoved up the urethra... 'spoon' side up
I felt this way too! Don't give up. I promise it WILL get better. I think at least half of my nursing class considered leaving the profession during the first 6 months...but all of us felt better around 1 year. Please know that it will get better and remember there is so much more to nursing than med/surg. It's ok if you are not a med/surg nurse, but in 6 months you will be thankful you started in this area. Keep your head up, take care of yourself, make sure you are doing fun things on your days off to get your mind off of work.
I know this post is old, but I was just wondering where you ended up transferring to and if you are happier? I am also wondering what you said to your boss; I'm in a similar situation and very scared to approach my manager, as she stated she wanted me to stay on my floor for one year. I also have been there 6 months and am very unhappy.
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