roxiLVN 867 Views
Joined: Sep 17, '13;
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I'm still trying to figure it all out. I'm currently working for a home health agency in the QA department. I started off reviewing SN notes. Last week they asked if I mind reviewing oasis SOC ROC recerts. I feel so lost and less of a nurse. I only have 3 months experience i have never done field nursing. My first job as a new LVN was working for a private company assisting patients who have disabilities. We had three group home. Was there for a year then got hired with this home health company doing QA. Help.
Yeah thats what I thought. I don't feel comfortable signing them cause I wasn't there. I just wanted to make sure that what I was feeling was right. :-) thanks!
Need someone's opinion. I recently started working on Aug.27 with a company that works under the DADs, TXHL program. Being the new one of course I'm stuck catching up reviewing paperwork that was not finished by the previous nurse. Here's my problem: there are some medication sheets from July and August that my supervisor expects me to review and sign off on them as completed. I feel uncomfortable signing off on Medication sheets from previous months because I wasn't there. Supervisor insists I sign them. Help! Should I sign them?
Thank you soo much for sharing. I'm a recent grad and sometimes I feel so dumb. haha. I have to keep telling myself its a process and what and how I learned it in school is not the same in the real world. I can't wait to get where you find yourself.
AND I especially can't wait to be able to say:
"I love that I can look at the cases for the day and know what I would do… for 90% of them. I love that I can recognize arrhythmias quickly and accurately… but I also love being able to page anesthesia when something looks too weird. I love being able to step in and help another nurse without having to be told what to do all the time."
But this too sums it all up for me and why I wanted to become a nurse: "I love taking care of patients. I love making the connection, knowing I’ve done something for them that really matters" God bless you always and thank you for being one of many nurses who truly do it for the patient. Take care.
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