Pros: i was able to gain experience as a lpn and make a difference in someones life on a positive note.
Cons: enhancing the restraint to work in an un inviting atmoshere on a working level, staffing is poor, and employees are literally being over worked, and under paid and expected to perform efficiently
I am responsible for managing CNA's and monitoring up to 24 clients at a time.I administer medication,provide treatments per MD order, collect specimens,monitor vs,educate family and clients about medications,treatments etc. .I feel that there are a few in the building that exude the same passion and drive that I have for my job.I don't think that the – more... management really value the direct patient care nurses.I think that everything is just handed off to the floor nurses for the most part and not enough help on a realistic note.I work with people whose work methods are defenitely not up to par where they should be whent it comes to providing the very best service you can.The hardest part of my job is working in an atmoshere where the integrity that I possess is not there and the lack of team work.The most enjoyable part is taking good care of my clients at the end of the day because they are the people I took an oath to care for and them acknowledging me for doing so. – less