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How To Survive Floating in Your First Year?

Floating is a fact of life when you’re a hospital nurse. Simply, the demand for nurses surpasses the supply, and so hospitals have to cut corners by regularly shifting nurses from one unit to another. Most nurses dread this, and new nurses especially. Obviously, when you are a nurse in your first year you are still finding your feet in your home unit. That makes floating all that scarier. After you accept floating as part of your job, start preparing. You may get some added certifications, like an ACLS course Orange County, CA, to prepare yourself for emergencies. And you could brace yourself with a selection of floating survivor’s tips that we have gathered from our own experience and the Internet. Introduce yourself Introduce yourself to other nurses in the shift and befriend them. Feel awkward, insecure and like an outsider? You MUST introduce yourself to others, so go on. Bear in mind that things will start feeling better right after that point (in all likelihood). Just... Read more...

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