Hello everyone!Lately I have been getting 1-2 students a night when I go to work (I work on a busy cardiac tele/surg floor) since my unit is 33 beds, almost every nurse gets at least one student, all of them ADN nursing students. I have found with my students that other nurses on my floor dont interact much with them or teach them anything...maybe it is because I am a relatively new grad that learning important concepts in clinical is so fresh in my mind. For example, perhaps it is just this group of students but I have had several SENIOR students tell me that they havent yet learned how to prime IV tubing or even hung an IV on my unit in clinical! Perhaps it is this particular school's way of teaching but I am just surprised how even some of my other coworkers don't bother having students to do anything other than vitals and some HS meds. If I see some students standing around I ask them if anyone wants to d/c an IV, put in a foley, etc. Usually they are thrilled I ask! My question is, as a student, what would you like your nurse in clinical to teach you? Everyone is different I know, but anything I could pass on to other staff or take away from your opinions would be great!Thanks!!!