Just echoing what everyone else has been saying. I honestly can say that before I got into Anesthesia school I had only started about half a dozen IV's and I was simply terrified to start them in school. Be confident and make sure you get a system down before you go. In ICU you usually are asked to start IV's on pretty sick people and in my case, when the IV team couldn't get an IV they would call us, lol. It's nice to start an IV on a 24 yr old with great veins who's coming in for a knee scope. It's truly not that bad and as a requirement for your clinical stats you need to start at least 200 of em. trust me, you'll get that and then some.