Manager wrote defaming remark on IR that also goes to county - page 2
The NOC nurse told me of unusual bumps on patient's genital area and we were to put a certain PRN ointment on it but she hadn't written an IR so I offered to do it. The IR came back with the manager's remark that she was curious... Read More
- 7Feb 4, '13 by leslie :-Dis there any way that you can add a comment/response to the mgr's remark?
for example, "i don't understand what you are asking, since i have already stated that i am following up on noc nurse's concern."
(hopefully you're ir will indicate the aforementioned. ;p)
otherwise and if able, try to let it go.
i agree with the poster who believes it makes the mgr's comment questionable, not yours.
from hereonin, be even more articulate and detailed in your reports/notes, so that any questions will look silly and/or antagonistic.
in the meantime, offer your mgr a big, cold drink so that she can swallow her zillion suck pills.
- 4Feb 4, '13 by sharpeimom GuideWhenever I made a meds error, I had to sign the IR at some point. (Not the same issue, but the same principle applies) My lawyer mom's suggestion was to add any pertinent comments just below my signature, but running into the signature, so they couldn't white it out later on -- thus making me seem guilty as opposed to simply careless and/or negligent.