JKL33 - as per usual, you give good advice.
hhern - sadly, LTC cannot provide, nor AFFORD, the prolonged, structured orientation time to give new nurses, most esp NEWBIE nurses need. It's just the nature of the beast. Even hosps are hard-pressed to be the post-SON educator that is soooo sorely needed for the margiinally prepared newbie. Really, it's NOT THEIR JOB to be SON, part 2.
So SNFs/NHs do what they can and just hope that the new hire/newbie will fit in/function as well as poss and eventually progress & improve.
In NO way is this ideal, for the rudely awakened and thoroughly stressed-out employee, but most imp, pt safety is at risk.
Advice given to OP is for prioritizing, slowing down and following good technique as taught in school. Not much else can be done. If OP can friend-up with an experienced shift co-worker, or one before/after shift, support and a resource becomes avail. Maybe a transfer to a less acute unit might help, if admin approves. Or a shift change.
But given the current C19 times, the status of SON education/preparation and the nature of the industry, OP can only try to stick it out, or resign and look for another job. But even then, hard times are awaiting!
Good luck to OP.