Tips for Making Your Clinical Day Better - page 5
by bruinlaura | 43,140 Views | 47 Comments
Make your expectations clear and be organized. The best clinical instructor I have had so far gave us a list of things we should always be doing (from check armband and emergency equip, assessment specifics, look at chart and... Read More
- 0Jan 1, '11 by micheemoHi Ladies, I am new to allnurses so hopefully I get this right! I was reviewing your blogs and I was excited to discover student packets you devised. Is there anyway that I can also have a copy of them. I will be teaching my first group next week and to have set guidelines will be very beneficial. If it is possible, I thank you in advance!
- 0Jan 27, '11 by clinicalteachQuote from Ace1RnelpHi Ace1Rnelp,Hi Sheri N.,
I was hoping you received the email I've sent with the student packet attached. Let me know, I can resend if it didn't go through. Thanks.
I have no idea how to pm you, but was wondering if I could also have a copy of your packet . Thank you!
- 1Mar 4, '11 by DoubleJRNThank you so much VickyRN!!!! I haven't even gotten through all of the information that you have posted, and I am already re-energized and excited to be the best nursing instructor that I can possibly be. I came to the website in desperation because I knew I wasn't doing my best job. I never would have imagined how rich with information it would be. Thanks again to you and everyone who contributed!!! :redpinkhe
- 0Apr 1, '11 by VickyRN Senior ModeratorQuote from gabby61614Congratulations on this wonderful opportunity, Mel What type of information are you requesting? Some of the other posters were offering some packets of materials.VikiRN,
Would you be willing to send it my way to please... I am so excited I was just offered a postion where I graduated RN school as the LPN instructor..WOOOOHOOOO..I'd PM you but have no clue how to do that...
In order to send out a PM (private message), you first need to have 15 posts on the boards.