I was asked in my interview for nursing school
to rank the level of importance of the following things from 1-10. And they asked things like "your patient isnt eating", "your classmate takes money from a patient during clinicals", and one of them said "the doctor yells at you". I ranked it the lowest because I figured he'd get over it.
But the thing is: I began to wonder how often that happens, why did they ask me if it isnt something Im certain to run into more than once?
Cant you just report the doc? I mean, do they get away with that sort of thing??
I can see if you work in their family practice clinic maybe, but what about a hospital setting?
Thanks for your responses.