Hi all,I need some serious advice. I was/am on orientation at a well respected teaching hospital; I have been let go without a definite reason other than "you have failed to make progress with orientation thus far." I have also been told that I will be, upon finding out for sure if I am terminated or not, meeting with a peer review committee. I've only ever heard of peer review committees in terms of "you've done this, this and this wrong, shame on you," and other than the typical orientation things that new grads do --I've committee ZERO errors of comission/omission resulting in patient harm- I can think of nothing. Does this mean that my hospital is considering reporting me to the Board? I have committed no medication errors, I have no known complaints against me from patients or fellow employees (other than my preceptor, who would be frustrated with me at times, which is normal from what I hear about the preceptor/orientee relationship) and other than having trouble with some charting--forgetting to chart somethings and my preceptor catching it, etc-- that's it. I really DO NOT know what to do. My hospital has given me no solid reasons as to why I am possibly being let go, other than "failure to progress with orientation." The person who tenatively fired me this past week told me I had done things like failed to attend a class (I had attended, but my badge wouldn't work, so I had to get a piece of paper with signatures verifying my attendance--I have copies of it). On top of all this stuff going on at work, I have an injury I am about to have surgically corrected (a very minor issue which will be fixed in the outpatient setting with a very short recovery time and virtually no short term or long term affects), and I am going through a marital change. I've been professionally upfront about these issues, and I feel like the hospital staff (management, education) has basically ripped a rug out from underneath me.I'm a total nervous wreck. I know I will learn from my mistakes, as any growing human being does....I know I am for sure not perfect in any capacity, including being a new RN in orientation, and I know I make mistakes in my life every day........but this just ....throws me for a loop.I guess, even though I know I haven't *done* or *failed to do* anything, I am worried about being reported to the board and losing my very new, very hard earned license.