Hey Su!!! Yea its pretty bad . But as time goes on I realize its not my coworkers its med/surg. I have had a few really bad nights with coworkers as my first post says. But over time I've gotten those problems under control. Med/surg on the other hand is something I will NEVER get used to nor do I want to. I absolutely hate it. It is just to much work. I could write a book about all the things I hate about med/surg. Basically as the RN I have 4 main tasks that I'm trying to complete: cking the mars, med pass/assessments, charting assessments, 24hr chart cks. Well imagine that EVERY time you sit down and open a chart a patient is calling or someone needs you. At first its not so bad. But then when u realize 10hrs has gone by & you have not had time to chart ANYTHING and you still have to do 24 hr chart cks, draw labs on all your picc lines, 6am med pass (of course they all have a IVP), and then here comes the charge nurse wanting report on all your patients (that is the thing that REALLY just gets under my skin) and lets not forget the call bells continue. Its just to much and life is to short. I have to wait until I make 6 months to transfer and I'm counting down the days. If I had to do it all over again I would. The things that I've learned are priceless and I feel like I'm really evolving into a nurse. But 6 months is enough for me.