Hey all!I just got hired for a Progressive ICU position & I'm not only nervous, but I got hired because I'm a fast learner and adapt well to new environments and I am passionate about any new type of nursing I try to take on. With that being said, I only have 2 years of experience - 1.5 yrs in Psychiatric Emergency Dept & 6 months in a Pulmonary Progressive unit. Needless to say, I'm completely new to the ICU with the exception of 2 shifts where I begged to shadow at my previous facility. I would like some tips from experienced ICU colleagues. I am a very fast learner and feel like I know how to do many things, but certain things such as pulling sheaths, burns, trauma, etc are things I haven't dealt with before. I know I will be fine and I "know" the material from school and catching up on ICU patients and things, but I don't have the "hands on" experience yet.Can you give me some tips on maybe the top 5 procedures/treatments you see and deal with often and how you approach it, do it, and any links you can provide me with tutorials and things so I'm not completely blind when I start next week so my preceptor doesn't look at me like "umm, how did she get hired?" Any tips/tricks/help you can give me I'd be forever thankful.