may give up nursing due to bullying - page 2

snice i quilifed two years ago ive been told i cant do the drugs because i cant say the names of the drugs the same way my assorer does !!! now they are saying my asepic teqnice is wrong as am not... Read More

  1. by   morte
    i think some of what we are "seeing" is a typing issue....the speech part,,,,,is BJ an emigre to the uk? or perhaps irish of scots? in other words is this a dialect or accent issue?
  2. by   Suninmyheart
    Perhaps the OP is playing a practical joke???
    I cannot imagine graduating from nursing school with such a lack of written skills. And where is the OP now? Sitting back seeing how we react or respond and most likely laughing? If this is not a practical joke - forgive me, but really...
  3. by   letina
    Quote from Baptized_By_Fire
    What's an "assorer?" It sounds like something bad. :chuckle
    Assessor......a widely used term in the UK for someone who is assessing someone's clinical skills.
  4. by   letina
    Quote from suninmyeyes
    Perhaps the OP is playing a practical joke???
    I cannot imagine graduating from nursing school with such a lack of written skills. And where is the OP now? Sitting back seeing how we react or respond and most likely laughing? If this is not a practical joke - forgive me, but really...

    Practical joke? Sadly, I think not, and you wouldn't believe how many nurses are graduating who have difficulty putting a written sentence together. I may get flamed from other UK nurses for saying this, but I've seen too much of it to care, it's one of those things that really gets to me. The British Education System is turning out illiterates and hiding them under the label "dyslexic"......it's a shame really. As I said, I blame the Education System :angryfire
  5. by   llg
    Quote from letina
    Practical joke? Sadly, I think not, and you wouldn't believe how many nurses are graduating who have difficulty putting a written sentence together. I may get flamed from other UK nurses for saying this, but I've seen too much of it to care, it's one of those things that really gets to me. The British Education System is turning out illiterates and hiding them under the label "dyslexic"......it's a shame really. As I said, I blame the Education System :angryfire
    I don't know about the British Education System ... but I can tell you that it is sadly true of the United States public school system. I teach in a BSN completion program and have trouble belileving the inability of some of my students to write a simple paragraph.

    I find myself saying things like, "A sentence must contain both a subject and a predicate." It's sad.
  6. by   heartlover07
    Quote from suninmyeyes
    Perhaps the OP is playing a practical joke???
    I cannot imagine graduating from nursing school with such a lack of written skills. And where is the OP now? Sitting back seeing how we react or respond and most likely laughing? If this is not a practical joke - forgive me, but really...

    :yeahthat:

    I second this opinion, I was wondering the same thing!! It seems almost deliberately bad... I don't mean to sound disrespectful but it does. If this is a true cry for help I am really sorry, but some type of typing/grammar class is in order.

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