I am a nursing assistant from the float department. I got floated today to work on the floor for one of the units because their NA called out sick. Everything was going well until I sat down to put in the outputs for the lunches and voids for each patient I was assigned to. Behind me using a computer were 2 nurses- 1 was new so the other nurse was training her. Then I hear them saying "who put the pain level in, it's not her job, override it, it's part of the physical assessment, why is she putting this in etc..it's only her job to put in the inputs, etc" Then the nurses turn to me saying how I'm not supposed to put in the pain level because it's part of their physical assessment. They gave me such an attitude about it, and I told them, we are supposed to ask the pain when we are doing vitals, we put them in and tell the nurses if anyone is having pain. They give me the meanest stare saying it's part of their assessment. They overrided my input. Then the new trainee gives me the dirtiest look a few minutes later. I put the pain level, number, and if it's okay or not. Is this such a bad thing that they had to give me an attitude in front of other colleagues???