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Asking for feedback through email?

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marky123 marky123 (New) New

I recently got hired as a CNA for ICU at a hospital as a resource position.

I am also working at another hospital for about 9 months now. I was wondering if it would be okay to email the nursing director of that floor and ask for feedback from the nurses I work with?

I would rather ask in person but because I work the evening shift, she is normally gone by then or if she is there, she usually is really busy. She emailed me a few times before and she would text me and ask if I can take a shift once in awhile.

I feel like the nurses I work with in the ICU have mixed feelings about me and one nurse asked if she can talk to me for a second, but then something came up right after and we never had that talk.

I just wanted to know if this would be a good idea to email for feedback when she has the chance? I rather correct my mistakes now.

I really like this unit and don't want to make mistakes or blow my chance of working here.

Missingyou, CNA

Specializes in Long term care. Has 20 years experience.

How about emailing them to ask for an appointment to speak with them?