Hospital administration needs to be more involved solving the problem of retention, for the returning older nurse as well as for the newly hired registered nurse. There should be some sort of assessment for the newly hired registered nurse to pass to administration, detailing her satisfaction with her orientation, the attitude shown by the person who oriented her, how safe she feels performing her duties after orientation, getting answers to her questions answered in a way that is encouraging and not demeaning. Registered nurses who are responsible for orientation should be held accountable after a certain number of negative assessments.Anyway, Paul had a 1966 ford mustang which he left with me to get back and forth to work, and for our sightseeing trips. ... Paul had very little time to teach me how to shift from one gear to another without the engine cutting off. ... Thankfully, the husband of one of the nurses I worked with stopped to ask aWhat is the problem?
|Title||:||My Career As A Hospital Nurse|
|Author||:||Lorraine Hauser, RN CLNC|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2009-06-03|