Driving to clinicals - page 2
by mysnurse | 2,635 Views | 11 Comments
I have recently accepted a new position in a nursing program. For my first semester, my clinical site will be approx 70 miles away from my home. I will make this drive 2 times weekly. Wondering is this common for anyone else, as... Read More
- 0Jan 6, '13 by JBudd GuideOur school uses sites in at least 4 towns; so some are 50 miles, others up to 70 miles away. Since some of our students commute from a large city 60 miles away, then have to go another 70 to the one site, they make arrangments to stay over quite a bit. Car pools! Although pooling with students might get to be a little odd?
- 0Jan 9, '13 by kahaus1It is unfortunate that your clinicals are so far away. You can make good use of this time by bringing along a tape recorded. Use this to record things to do, thoughts for your students etc. On the way home you can dictate your summary of the students clinical performance for the day as well as yours. I've also found on long drives that audio books make the time go faster.