Bored on night shift- should I ask for transfer? - page 4

Hi everyone, I'm a new grad and I've been working night shift on a tele/med-surg floor for about a month. The hospital is giving me 3 months of orientation with a preceptor. So far, I love what I do (taking care of the patients)... Read More

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    I agree with the pp that stated that there is always something that needs to be done...

    I do remember more down time when i was on orientation, because i had to follow her lead, but i only got 4 weeks total, one week on day shift. It was a whole 'nother ball game when i started on my own...

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    Wow-this thread is like 3 years old. I bet the OP has moved on with her problem, LOL.
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    Quote from Poochiewoochie
    Wow-this thread is like 3 years old. I bet the OP has moved on with her problem, LOL.
    Right, hopefully they aren't bored any longer, either...
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    Quote from Do-over
    Right, hopefully they aren't bored any longer, either...
    LMAO! I hope so or she is one sorry person for going into nursing! When I had surgery a year ago I had to stay overnight and I tell you, my nurse didn't seem like she was bored. She had one patient that was having major problems from what I could see-she even said she felt like she was neglecting me.


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