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- Apr 16, '02 by RNintherainLMAO, thisnurse, I used to ask the doc's if they couldn't write a prn order for pillow therapy for the pia's. (Don't need an order for the families, just privacy.) I was giggling so hard as I read your post that my daughter came in to find out what I was reading.
And as for the Dear Abby letter, I was disgusted. How many times have we had passed on in report that 'the family is looking for a lawsuit', and yet we're supposed to go into the room like nothing is wrong. How would those ppl like to go to work and have everything they say and do written down to be reported to their superiors? And how can they think that the added stress will improve our level of care? I say, pillow therapy all around!! (Including Dear Abby for encouraging this behavior.)
- Apr 16, '02 by ChristenLPNThisnurse, if I had a hat it would permanately remain on the floor at your feet. That you could endure even one day like this and then go back is beyond saintly. That you can endure a day like this and then sit down and put it into words so concisely and with such humor is deserving of Pulitzer Prizes. You can cry on my shoulder anytime!!
- Apr 16, '02 by CATHYWOne of our ERP's used to think that aerial spraying of Prozac wouldhelp diminish the crowds in the WR. For the ones who could still find something to complain about, he suggested Ativan in the watercooler in the WR! :roll :roll :roll
- Apr 17, '02 by CarlyGOD BLESS YOU, THISNURSE, LORD KNOWS THAT I HAVE HAD MY SHARE OF DAYS EXACTLY LIKE THAT! AND I'M SURE THERE WILL BE MORE, NO MATTER HOW HARD I TRY TO PREVENT THEM. I WONDER HOW WE DO IT TOO, BUT WE JUST DO IT! SOMETIMES I JUST WISH THE FAMILY'S WOULD GET A d*** CLUE!! THE PT'S AND ANY SITUATION THEY HAVE IS NEVER A PROBLEM WITH ME, ITS THE FAMILY'S, OH AND THE CHARTING AFTERWARDS!! IF I COULD GET RID OF THE FAMILY'S AND THE CHARTING, MY JOB WOULD BE HEAVEN!! HANG IN THERE, WE ALL NEED YOU!!