I'm a new grad in the ETD as well, I can tell you this: Don't try to rely on what you learned in school. Figure out what drugs you use most often and study them. Open the RSI box and learn the drugs, doses, and order so when you find yourself in that role you already know what to expect. Go over your CP, asthma, sob ect protocals so you know what's involved, what tests to expect, and what labs to draw. Know where your equiptment is and how to use it, really how to use it, the less you have to think about that stuff the more you can critical think to advocate for your PT. The ETD is a great place to work good luck and have fun.