I just had to join the conversation. In total agreement with all previous responses from Kitiger, amoLucia, Crystal Wings and the others. I highly suggest that you go way, way back in the private duty and home health subforums and research numerous...
Unless a drastic change, (have not looked on the CA BVNPT site lately), there is a form that must be filled out by the nursing school that basically summarizes the hours, etc., that is submitted (along with the supporting transcripts)-------
caliotter3 replied to helpmepassnursing.'s topic in COVID
Just a first impression: how can a person have a readiness for better nutrition when all they can concentrate on is getting that next breath? JMHO
Sorry! Reread your OP -- mild. My comment above probably does not apply here.
Instead of just offering money, why don't they provide non-punitive rest leaves for recharging, paid, even if only at half pay, or 3/4 pay rates? Maybe if these people could rest, some of them might stick with the jobs.
Find it unfortunate to have to say that in my experience, there has never been a positive outcome for anyone in such a situation or a similar one. If my own life circumstances were different, I would leave nursing. As it stands, that is not a possi...
Well, since you admit you are not up to the job and are expressing a defeatist attitude in this post, you could always resign. Not saying this to be snarky either. Resigning is an option for these thought processes.
Since you may have lost the job anyway, I would contact them and tell them what happened when you approached the manager. They should be able to see where the problem lies, if not, then it might not be a good move for you.
Be very careful as the instructor could very well use this turn of events to keep you from successfully finishing. Some instructors manufacture situations to trip up students that don’t figure out how to cope with the mind games.