I don't know what to do anymore guys. I recently graduated with my bachelors. I was working and going to school at the same time. It is nice that I could finally just focus on work now.I worked for a rehab/snf right after I got my associates degree. I knew the assistant director of nursing there. It was hard there at first, but I got the routine down at about 6 months.I recently got a job at a big time hospital in my city. My preceptor is nice. THe medication administration isn't as bad. I have 20 less patients to deal with. I'm barely at the 1 month mark of my orientation. (I'm night shift so now I will have to go with another preceptor which works night shift. The work isn't as exhausting as my old workplace, however I'm mentally exhausted. There is so much charting. We had paper at my old workplace, and everything is computer over here. It is nice in a way, but also difficult to learn. I got a chance to work with computer charting during clinicals while I was in school, but that was only for about 5 times a semester. -I'm just afraid I might do something wrong and hurt the patients. I currently work in a med-surg acute care floor. I got most of the medication administration part down, but not the charting. Today i was so busy, that I barely had time to use the restroom once. I was just running around like crazy. I didn't have a chance to look at the computer, and miss 3 critical vital signs! I'm new to the hospital setting so I wanted to make sure everything was done correctly (thus I don't have the time to sit down). My patient temperature was 101, 102, and 104. I finally saw it and gave the PRN Acetaminophen for PRN fever. Now I just feel bad that what if I could kill my patient or that I might get into big trouble for not giving it when it was that high the first time. I got out 2 hours late today just to finish up charting. The whole time I'm thinking if I'm going to get in trouble for missing the first 2 vital signs to give the PRN Acetaminophen. -It was raining today after work as I walked to my car. I was just crying. I'm the only one that works right now that makes money to take care of my mom. I'm afraid that I might do something wrong at work.