Okay, I got the job at a local state psych facility! Yeah! I have always loved psych and really feel like it's what I was meant to do. But all of my past experience was with peds and adolescents, and over 3 years ago as an LPN. Since then, as an RN, I was working a very med-surgy stroke and orthopedic acute rehab floor. We were totally electronic, and of course, the work flow very different.For this job, I'll be on an adult admissions unit. There will be a 30-day orientation, but I want to be prepared. Going back to paper charting will be a challenge, and the nature of the workflow (as I recall) is very different. What else? So...please help me refresh my memory! What skills, things do I need to revisit? I really want to be prepared going IN to my orientation. I realize not all psych hospitals are the same, but I'm hoping you all can give me a few "oh yeah" moments so I can brush up. Thanks!