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NurseKayla
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08/04/2020 10:57 pm  

Any other nursing students working on the frontline as techs? I became a tech by way of my university and definitely feeling depressed. My program is doing what they can for emotional support us student, but honestly I feel like giving up. This is a front-row seat to hell. Two family members passed today rooms apart, but alone and I just can't deal. Need to talk to someone. I feel guilty but I don't think I can go tomorrow. 


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ItsPeyton
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08/04/2020 11:35 pm  

Just DM'd you


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NurseJake
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09/04/2020 1:19 am  
Posted by: @nursekayla

Any other nursing students working on the frontline as techs? I became a tech by way of my university and definitely feeling depressed. My program is doing what they can for emotional support us student, but honestly I feel like giving up. This is a front-row seat to hell. Two family members passed today rooms apart, but alone and I just can't deal. Need to talk to someone. I feel guilty but I don't think I can go tomorrow. 

Are you getting clinical credit for these classes? Compensation? Like how does that work? 


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09/04/2020 5:17 pm  

Yeah I'm a PCT through school as well and feel majorly unqualified to deal with covid patients. For me it's more like the fear of making a mistake or not being able to get help in a timely manner because I always have to run around trying to ask questions


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NurseKayla
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16/04/2020 11:01 pm  

Just thought I owed y'all an update - I decided to stay at my job and am doing much better now. It also helps that the number of cases are starting to flatten in my state. We're still understaffed, though. Thank yall again for your support


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mamddes
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28/07/2020 3:46 pm  

yep, yep. When the teacher explains something to the student, this is not “pedagogical ability”. This is human life. If he understands, he will survive and find how to cope with pro essay writing service https://www.customwritings.com . If he doesn’t understand, he will get out. And believe me, for a moment walking down from your teaching Olympus, that it would be useful for ALL teachers to listen to how they are discussed in the smoking room. It would be especially useful to listen to how they are compared. Unpleasant, but useful.

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