Clinical rotations certainly do not. I worked as a student nurse on a Medical Surgical unit for almost 2 years. I would care for 3-4 patients, under the supervision of an RN. At the time I thought it was relatively doable. Most of the time it was quite a nice gig. I had mostly stable, walky/talky patients. Occasionally I had total care patients. BUT, I never had to deal with doctors, clarify orders, etc., not so much with families, if anything was screwed up, my RN took care of it, and ultimately, I really had no responsibility. I just had to do my bit of assessments, chart them, have my RN sign off, pass a few meds, and help other nurses. Now, when I became a nurse, that was a different story. 2 years later, I'm looking for a new career. If not a new career, at least something that does not involve acute care.