I would leave the experience off from resume if you can. When I was a new grad, I had my first horrible orientation experience with a nurse who did not want to train me. I tried my best, asked questions, tried my best to work effient and effectively but she was just bad (gossiped, explosive temper, didnt want to help at all, ridiculed, etc). It was not a healthy experience for me as a newbie. As an experienced nurse starting a new position, I am better equiped to handle poor behaviour with the mindset of not reflecting another person's bad energy onto myself that can affect others; we cant control others, we can only control our actions towards it. You learned plenty in orientation, get extra certs and try not just apply for hospitals and try clinics or public health programs (adult day centers are a nice choice since you do basic medical care, assessment, and even admin/leadership skills). Just remember, what happened to you is not always under your control. Yes, it may have been traumatizing and you have all the guilt "what ifs" instead -but remember whats important is how you react/respond to it and how you can move forward staying positive. My bad experiences have taught me to always be kind and always "pay it forward." Also, we can be nice; however, we must have boundaries since being a nurse involves also respecting ourselves. I wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.