Published Oct 27, 2003
And what I'll be taking..Fundamentals, Fund lab, Community, Comm lab, and Assessment, Ass. lab
I'm so freaked out, all she did was talk about shots,uniforms,etc.. but I'm completely freaked.
I just have no clue what to expect w/these classes.
My orientation will be January 5 and 6. I hope everything goes well.
Yes......I know how you feel. The next thing you will be freaked about is your 1st lab skills checkoff, then your first clinical.......
That is the nature of nursing school it seems. It is preparing us for something, but I am not sure if it is a career or the psych ward!!
Good luck to you - you can do it!
perfectbluebuildings, BSN, RN
Originally posted by RN 2005 That is the nature of nursing school it seems. It is preparing us for something, but I am not sure if it is a career or the psych ward!!
ITA!!! Will we make it out??
I remember feeling this way after my orientation. If you can get the syllabi before the class, try to do some of the reading for the first week or two. That way you will be ahead of yourself and probably most of your classmates too. Good luck.
I came home and cried all night after orientation on the first day of school, it was so overwhelming. You'll get used to it and it's not as bad as you anticipate.
I have my orientation on Nov.18. I am excited to finally get all the details, so that I can get this show on the road!:)
wonderbee, BSN, RN
I'm feeling left out. We have no formal orientation scheduled. Just a freshman welcome mixer sponsored by the National Student Nurse Association in December. I guess our orientation is the Student Nurse Handbook we had to buy and sign off on. It's got all the info about uniforms and stuff.
We've been encouraged to pop into the skills lab every now and then and refresh on Human Growth and Development and skills we learned in Intro to Health Care.
Havin' A Party!, ASN, RN
Hey Bella -- "Ass. lab." Sounds funny, no?
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