I have been working as a FNP with a CV Surgery group since May, 6 months. During the time I have worked for them, I have never had a clear idea of what my role really is. One week I'm doing their wound care center, the next I'm seeing post op clinic, the next I'm rounding and doing first assist. They have paid for a first assist class which I am currently earning my clinical hours towards. I will probably be done with it in Febuary or March, depending how much OR time they give me. There are also some other issues that are going on that I don't like - I think of these as kind of typical issues that you encounter with any job for the most part. The entire 6 months I have worked there I have been pretty unhappy. What do I do? Do I stick this job out a year, even though I am unhappy? I did not sign a contract with them. I also feel slightly guilty about quitting after they paid for the RNFA class. What is the right thing to do in this situation? The doctors have been very nice and willing to teach, but they are also very eager to dumb things, and I often feel that I am just functioning as a glorified RN. I did discuss my concerns with the office manager this past week. I am so disgruntled and wondering why I even became a FNP.