Hi. I'm curious as to how other facilities train their new chemo certified nurses. I have noticed that at mine, after the two day ONS course, they sign you off three times on a checklist and boom, that's it, you can double check chemo with any other chemo nurse and hang it. I've noticed that the new nurses don't feel safe since they don't know the pharmacology of what they're giving, in the sense that you know how Protonix, Levaquin, Neupogen, etc work. So, how do other hospitals and units train new nurses? Do you get a few days in an OP setting, if available, where you see drug after drug and the cancer it treats? I'd think that'd help nurses become familiar. Any other ideas? I'd greatly appreciate any input.