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Graduated 2014, Passed NCLEX 2020,

Has 1 years experience.

Graduated 2014 and for personal reasons I didn’t take the NCLEX right away. And didn’t have a medical related job. I took the nlcex this year and passed. Now I work in a small hospital. I got hired on the spot and during the interview I was assured that I will get the training that I need. But I am not getting the training that I need and I feel so unsafe and unsure about myself. I feel so defeated every time I’m at work. I do work with some nurses who are willing to teach but it’s not like that all the time. I am passionate about this and I want to be a safe nurse. I understand that there’s a pandemic and we don’t have the staff to train. I’ve already looked at residency programs. I’ve found some that will train nurses without experience. But getting in a residency program is not sure because it’s so competitive. And will mostly likely hire actual new grads. I’m still going to try and apply. I’m confused and I don’t know what to do. I feel like I need an actual training with a program like a residency is the best for me.

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HiddencatBSN, BSN

Has 9 years experience. Specializes in Peds ED.

Can you try to arrange your schedule so it matches 2 or 3 of the nurses who like to teach? What are you feeling like you’re lacking specifically?

katrn, BSN, RN

Has 1 years experience.

On 8/14/2020 at 8:02 PM, HiddencatBSN said:

Can you try to arrange your schedule so it matches 2 or 3 of the nurses who like to teach? What are you feeling like you’re lacking specifically?

Hi I got in the residency. But I’m last weeks here in the hospital I’m scheduled with the nurses whose were willing to teach.  Thank you so much. 
 

 

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