How important is student clinical placement?

Does senior nursing clinical placement affect a potential new grad job?

What if your senior clinical is not in the area of nursing you want? What if it’s not in the area where you want to work as a new grad?

 

 

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Is it good for a new grad nurse to start in the outpatient setting?

Another #heysean, where I answer a question from the tribe. A new grad nurse wanting to know if working in the outpatient setting as their first job is a good thing?

Take home point:

  • Will you work outpatient your entire career? If not, then working in outpatient will affect your inpatient skills.

If you don’t use it… you lose it.

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