Quote from Katie5
How does it work?I mean, no offence intended, but I'm absolutely certain, that I may not like being delegated to by an LPN, to me, that's like a role reversal. What are your opinions, suggestions and thoughts on this pls?
are you specifically worried about an lpn being cn, and delegating to you?
what is the big deal?
one's character means lots more than one's title.
and so, anyone w/character, will allow you to do your job and not try to pull rank or play any other mind games.
if he/she tries, you are bound by your
scope of practice, and handle it accordingly.
dang, if i worried about rank/title, i would have never learned the tons of stuff the nsg assts taught me over the years.
i could go on and on about who has taught me what over the course of my lifetime...
and looking back, i would have to say it was the 'little guy' who showed me the way, time and time again.
life is too darned short to be sweating the small stuff.
take pride in what you've accomplished, yet treat everyone equally and respectfully.
seriously katie, let it go.
let your conscience guide you - and not your ego.
ideally all will be working cohesively for the good of the pts.
if it doesn't work out, i'm pretty certain it will have little to do w/lpn vs rn.
more likely, will have to do with the person behind
and that's who you'd have to confront - the person, not the title.
wishing you the very best.