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Fear or Stress about Big Changes in a Hospital Setting

In regards to a hospital setting, what would be an example of being scared to death and stressed about a big change?

What happened in hindsight?

Was it really that bad and did you become more confident because new skills where acquired?

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In regards to a hospital setting, what would be an example of being scared to death and stressed about a big change?

An example of being scared to death and stressed about is a big change in a hospital specialty. Consider this when there is a change in the specialty from orthopedics to oncology, everyone was stressed. The physicians feared loss of job, the nurses felt sure to be sacked and even the administrative staff was apprehensive of losing their jobs.
New machines and technology was used, the physicians were sent to another orthopedic hospital but a few were retained so that they could help out with bone cancer patients, and each nurse had ...

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In this solution an example of being scared to death and stressed about a big change is discussed in 384 words with references.

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