Travel assignment, which I was thrilled to get, until I discovered that they put me on a tele floor. I told the manager that I had no real tele experience, and would be better elsewhere, but was told, "there's always someone to help you, don't worry about it". It was very stressful. The second shift I worked, I was sent to another, more acute floor, then sent back to where I'd started midshift. Co-workers were nice and wanted to help, but there was little time. I had never used that particular computer system before, but there was little chance to practice with it, which I would have liked to do. It was a short contract, and I was relieved when it was over. I believe it is a good facility, but travel nurses are expected to just jump in and know exactly what is happening and where. Considering that most of my experience has been in a small, critical access hospital, it was not comfortable for me, and I really did not feel that my charge nurse tried that much to help me adapt. For nurses who thrive on the challenge of stress, and many patients, this would work. It was not the right setting for me.