If you get hired at Trinity, what is the orientation/preceptorship like for new grads? Are they invested in your success and do they actually teach you skills and provide you opportunities to learn? Or do they overhire and then constantly try to railroad you if you don't get complex skills down right the first time and end up only retaining like one person out of every 4 or 5 they hire? I'm considering applying but I want to know that I'll be in a position where I can actually take responsibility for my own learning. Feel free to comment on any unit you are familiar with.
Jul 24, '12
My friend works in their LTC. She had 2 weeks orientation; however, she said that they are super supportive of her (and her many questions). I'm not sure what their hospital environment is like.