I’m allocated to an orthopaedics ward that made me very anxious as I’m a medical nurse, however, 2 weeks later, I’m still breathing.
As a surgical ward, it is very fast and busy. People come and go. There could be 8 discharges and 5 admissions in a day. So just need to speed up yourself. Work is more like running on a treadmill.
The ratio of nurses to patients is about 2:8~12 , depending on the number of discharges.
Before I turn on my study mode, I just would love to share my little experience here today.
I mave have mentioned before that Clinical assessment or I would call it PE is very important in the medical settings. Because this is one of essential skill to find out the problems before the critical situation shown.
I still can’t believe it has been a week now. Time also goes fast, doesn’t it?
Well, this is a very intensive course. I am just like everyone else in the class being very stressed, and didn’t eat well. (unfortunately, I haven’t lost any weight yet). I have been studied for 10 hours a day and here is 20 more assignments need to be done in the following weeks.
D3 @ IRON course
So far, we have learnt about doing a physical assessment in oz way. Nursing is really independent here, they can prescribe panadol, oxygen, urinanalysis under her professional assessment.
I’m still finding my way to fit in the shose.
5 days before flying to Australia, on another word, 5 days before I start my journey for my dream, being a qualified nurse in Australia. This is another reason that I wanted to start my blog, apart from recording my journey in the world, I would also like to record the hardest part in my life.