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    working in a hostile environment.

    this is the comment one of the other nurses let me know the tech was saying about me.... this is because I am a new nurse in a unit! WHY do morons have to speak! How can I go to work and not put gum in her hair:devil:? What should I say to her the next time she tries to tell me how to do my job, she does not even do her job but loves to boss me around because I am an new nurse!
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    Patient is a famous star

    Mr. Mathew Mconelhay can't spell the last name
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    working in a hostile environment.

    man your going to think i'm crazy but I don't know if it is a union hospital. Why would that make a difference?
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    working in a hostile environment.

    banditrn, I have spoken with the management a few times and even they are aware of the problems... do you know the best way to transfer without causing hostility because I ma positive I ma going to leave thanks!
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    working in a hostile environment.

    I love my unit but may need to leave because of hostility from coworkers. Does it look bad on my resume to transfer from CCU to a tele or med surg floor? How hard is it to get into a unit if you work as a floor nurse?
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    working in a hostile environment.

    I absolutely agree, but my concern is the amount of anxiety these people cause me, and the fear of being set up for failure. I honestly worry about not getting any help when I truly need it. That is a very scarry feeling when patients are the ones who will suffer.
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    working in a hostile environment.

    I would love to transfer to another ICU but am unsure on how to do it, who do I ask without stepping on toes?
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    working in a hostile environment.

    i am off orientation but still in a monitor position where I have my preceptor as my resource, but am viewed as a staff member
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    working in a hostile environment.

    I am just about done with my orientation on my unit... I have been working in a severe hostile environment. I found some things out that my preceptor said about me which makes me very uncomfortable. she is also the main charge and makes the schedule.... I told her honestly I was unhappy and asked for a transfer to another unit. I need some support and advice on what I should, and should not do while waiting for a spot in another unit to open up. I feel so uncomfortable that I do not speak other than hello or good morning to anyone, I get butterflies in my stomach and feel like I can not be comfortable! I have plans to stay a critical care nurse, I love it and would like to stay in that setting, so I feel stuck! Does anyone have advice?
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    working in a hostile environment.

    I work in a specialized unit I started as a new grad and have suffered for months with hostile coworkers. I love being a critical care nurse, but need a change. I like the unit because I feel very close to my patients and their families I can be investigative. Does any one absolutely love where they work and are not so bogged down that they rally can focus on pt. care? thanks
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    want to change from ccu to icu

    Has anyone made the change from CCU to an ICU? The CCU has given me wonderful experience but is an extremely hostile environment. I started CCU as a new grad and went through the orientation and just hate going to work I love my patients but despise the work ethic of the other staff members. Any advice on things I should focus on to make the change? thanks
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    new CCU nurse

    it may sound funny but I had the same problem and went out to by critical care nursing made increadibly easy... it made the jargon digestible and I researched what I learned from there. good luck
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    "Nurses are not professionals"

    His comments make it necessary for nurses to start IV's with 4 guage needles!!!!! or sharpened slurpee straws.... just kidding
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    eating our young?

    you rock Jewelcutt!!!!!
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    Preceptor Friend or Foe??

    i had the exact same experience, my preceptor taught by making fun of me when i made a mistake and said things like "well that will be the last time you do that" I am not an idiot i saw a change in her attitude towards me, and i stopped learning. So I asked to change preceptors, and my manager talked to her, it got worse!. So i went into her office and told her i was not lerning from her.... and the one thing that got her attention was when I said. I feel uncomfortable asking questions and that is dangerous. The first two weeks were uncomfortable but now I love my new preceptor, and I am doing well! It is HARD to stnd up for yourself, and especially when you are being bullied! You can do it I promise,,,,,,!!!!
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    Racism in the workplace

    there are so many things to overcome in this world and rasicm is a true issue, there is no denying it. I keep my mouth shut most of the time I did have one incident at work. One of the pct's was talking about how she doesn't like being called a black lady by the white girls on the floor! It put some things into perspective for me, and made a laugh a little,,, everyone sees things different from their own eyes. In 50 years we will all be such ethnic mutts there may not even be a race anymore. Who knows, we might have to concentrate on peoples character instead of skin color!!!!
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