Upon many request by our users, we decided to open this forum for new nurses to have a special place to come and discuss issues that they may have in common. Please feel free to post away Welcome to the Nursing World!
Just wanted to add that I believe this is a great idea for new grads to share thoughts regarding there new careers. I am a new grad in Ontario, and am in the process of accepting my first position in a retirement home. My main duty being medication. I'm nervous as I'm a mature grad and just recieved my registeration in Ontario.
Jul 3, '02
Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 3,725; Likes: 459
Thanks Brian! Great idea!
Jul 4, '02
Occupation: Midwife and Anethetist wannabe
Joined: May '02; Posts: 35
Good idea!! I just graduated from nursing school and I just got my first graduate nurse position. I feel like a newborn. WAAAA!!!
But this too shall pass!
I can do all things thru Christ that strenghtens me!!!
Jul 11, '02
Occupation: CRNA (Nurse Anesthetist)
11 year(s) of experience
Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 569; Likes: 71
Since you advertised this in the CRNA forum, I thought this would have been for nurses who were in graduate school. Thought there may be interesting info on research, and higher end classes.
Jul 15, '02
Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 660; Likes: 148
I had hoped this was for graduate students, I guess not. Back to the CRNA forum I go.
Jul 30, '02
Occupation: Staff Nurse
Joined: Jul '02; Posts: 6
Thanx Brian for opening this forum topic. I just graduated from Diploma in Nursing and now working in a medical cardio ward in one of the hospitals in Singapore.I just started my nursing career and yet to face some problems but right now I'm still a fresh nurse and have yet to put up a problem here...