(I hope this is in the right spot)
I'm not really a new nurse, or even a new rehab nurse however I am new to the whole hospital scene. When I started out nursing I was a LTC nurse, and then became a LTC rehab nurse. I've been in LTC and LTC rehab for 3 years now- sadly I never got the new grad experience at a hospital because of hiring freezes that were going on during my graduation year.
Recently I got hired into a hospital for their rehab unit. I know that this rehab will be different then the LTC rehab because they are more acute then when they would come to me.
I want to make a good impression on them and am willing to learn (it's my goal to get into PEDs- so I want to make this hospital like me). Anyways are there any tips or information that you would be willing to pass on to a new hospital nurse? I still have my orientation to do, so that may help a little. However any tips or suggestions that anyone can give me will be a life saver.
Thank you so much for your time and patience!