the barren wasteland of east angier!theoriginalphantom said:The exact middle of nowhere
Not when they see the cap badge they won't. Don't let the buggers walk all over you!Bedpan2zero said:the barren wasteland of east angier!theoriginalphantom said:The exact middle of nowhere
Rule one - as a Cpl RN being posted to a Field Unit for the first time
Learn to use your stripes!
troops will see you in uniform, with two tapes - and they will assume a lot (two tapes = experience, knowledge and time done!)
have fun - enjoy counting!
remembernaafibreak said:Cheers for the advice . What the hell does a RN actually do in a field unit anyways? cant seem to get a straight answer from my bosses.
liaise with your troopie/oc and trg offr(who should be a nurse) and get some placements sorted - local A&E or DCU etcnaafibreak said:Cool, figured just as much, learned quite a bit on tour from the field unit I was attached to. I am actually looking forward to the change, to see how far I can go with the green half of my job. My only concern about the is keeping up my registration and is there anything in place to help me keep it up, if ward/med centre time.