HELP!! this might as well had been a MED ERROR!!!Register Today!
- by yikib38 Apr 15, '11I just realized that I sent out a bunch of cover letters dated '2010'. Should I re-send corrected copies to all of the potential employers??
- Apr 15, '11 by NurseLoveJoy88I would not compare this to a med error ! There are some people that have committed med errors and wish all they did was put the wrong date on something.
Anyway, its really not a big deal. Just resend them with the right date.... Good luck
- Apr 15, '11 by carolmaccas66Yes I did this once, attached an old cover letter instead of the new one.
Re-send them all TODAY. Just email them and apologise and re-send all the documents. I did this and the employer was very happy to comply. Just don't leave it.
It is easy to do when you are busy/stressed/tired/fogged out from lack of sleep
- Apr 15, '11 by criticalRN10I just started leaving it off...after putting in a million a day it gets really old going back and changing the hospital name every time... or maybe I'm just getting more cynical by thinking "what does it matter anyway..." lol
- Apr 15, '11 by Mommy TeleRNI would just leave it as is for the ones already sent out. Chances are they may not even notice it. If you send corrections you are bringing it to their attention.
- Apr 15, '11 by Katie5Quote from Mommy TeleRNHmm good pointI would just leave it as is for the ones already sent out. Chances are they may not even notice it. If you send corrections you are bringing it to their attention.
To the OP, send them out anyway- you never want to wonder, if that would have made a difference.
- Apr 15, '11 by SparrowhawkHave you ever *made* a med error? This is no where close...chill, hang loose, and either resend them with the right date or don't worry about it...people write the wrong dates all the time...no worries, eh?