I've been a nurse for a year now but have very limited hospital experience. You might as well call me a new grad. I had a couple failed attempts at floor nursing (cardiac floor, NICU) but in all honesty I don't think I gave myself a chance. I felt at the time that there was no way I could ever juggle multiple patients and keep my time management in check. I do not have time management down at all, and sometimes I think I would be better suited in a nursing position that focuses on one patient at a time. Most of my experience has been in the clinic setting which was basically phones.I have always been drawn to Oncology, as well as psych. Could anyone tell me what working on an oncology floor is like? More stressful than a med-surg floor? If one has a true desire and passion for it, can the steep learning curve and organizational skills come in time? Is it extremely fast paced? Hard physically on the body? Any good advice? Please no sarcastic comments...those really are not helpful.