Hi all. I have been a nurse for years, most recently (10 yrs) working in a fast paced ER. I was looking to slow down the pace a little and change gears completely so I accepted a job as an admissions screener at a small skilled nursing/rehab facility. My manager (a social worker) knew this was a new field to me and agreed to orient me. All in all, it's going well, but I have to admit, I'm sort of figuring this out on my own. I ask alot of questions. I do spend alot of time at the hospital, but not all thanks to electronic discharge! Any words of advice, any recommendations on courses or classes or nursing organizations that would help be in my job? Books to read? I want to do a good job and think I am overall, but I want to understand better and do a great job. The majority of admissions I see are for rehab. Our LTC floor don't turn over much. Thanks!