Every year, brand-new nurses enter medical circles across the world – donning scrubs, clipboards, nursing shoes that help them be on their feet longer, and a heart full of excited trepidation. For most nurses, their first year is the most exciting – and terrifying in their whole profession.
Gone are the days of simulation labs and clinicals; now real lives are in their hands. This often overwhelms and alarms newly registered nurses, many of whom may choose to abandon this line of work because of an inability to cope or balance real-world risks and pressures.
That’s why this article will detail the most prominent challenges that graduating nurses will encounter when they start their first job. Study these possibilities, so that you know what’s coming when stepping out of your classes and into your workplace.
1. Physical Strain
2. A High Learning Curve
3. Orientation on Protocol
4. Workplace Bias
5. Team Dynamics
6. Patients’ (and their Families’) Expectations
7. A Massive Workload
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Bodhi Health Edu is happy to announce the Faculty Engagement Program for the Year 2021 with an exciting opportunity for all the Faculty, Academicians and Nurse educators.
Put your expertise to use in developing Virtual Simulation platform exclusively for Nurses by Nurses. It’s a one of its kind opportunity to push the frontiers of Nursing Education forward and we invite you to be a part of it.
Explore your creative side, step out of your comfort zone and learn something new about the latest digital learning technologies.
Work with your peers, engage in peer-review and grow your professional circle
Devote only a few hours each week and gain unparalleled experience
If you are the Principal or Leader of your institution we request you to share this opportunity with your faculty so that they don’t miss out!
Please fill this brief form to tell us more about your area of expertise and experience and we will get back to you with further details
Finally, we would like to leave you with a snapshot from our Faculty Engagement Program for the Year 2020 where the faculty is being felicitated from MM College of Nursing, Mullana for their exceptional contribution in developing online e-learning modules.