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Nurse RN Forum – Clinic vs Hospital: While I was still in nursing school and …

While I was still in nursing school and still learning what this field was all about, I got the impression that working in an acute care hospital would be the route to go to enable one to “truly” be a nurse. This is where one can really utilize their clinical thinking skills as well as other hands-on skills that is taught during nursing school. Sometimes, I feel like I’m missing out on what it truly means to be a nurse because I still never had the experience of working in a hospital. I’m also trying to seek out to get that experience and career growth. I’ve worked in a sub-acute setting before but I can’t say that I’ve been in an acute setting yet. I guess that’s what’s drawing me into working in a hospital: gaining more critical thinking skills (In the past, I worked in a sub-acute); bedside care; getting to work with unfamiliar medical equipment (chest tubes/ventilators/reactions/etc); personal growth. Part of me wants to get a part time and stay in the clinic and part of me wants to just stick to the clinic and become a full time employee. What’s stopping me is the abundant amount of stress many nurses tell me about and how every one of them can’t wait to be in the outpatient side of nursing. Ahhh! I don’t know what to do. Help!
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