Even though it's close to end for my chronic health clinical rotation with only 2 more clinicals left I have something I need advice on for my current problem and just in case this happens to me again next semester or to one of my classmates but...I seriously think my clinical professor has something against me.
This is because every clinical I kind of feel like she challenges me, but on purpose. She's always checking up on me, or saying things to make me feel as if I can't think of it for myself. For example, something as little as brushing a patient's hair, she will say as I'm giving the patient her medication: "don't forget to get her a comb and help her brush her hair" "did you clean her up yet?" "don't forget to clamp the tubing before priming" etc etc..Then in post conference when it's my turn to speak she will constantly correct me. I understand she is trying to teach but I kind of feel like I'm triggered. I don't notice her acting this way towards other students (sometimes she will pick on 1 person for the day and make them feel little but it's usually me...so I think).
It wasn't until a few weeks ago I was diagnosed with a anxiety disorder and depression, so my performance at clinical has definitly shifted to a more confidence in the clinical setting. It's still a little difficult to get over my fears but I don't perform poorly or see why she would think I'm incompetent to perform.
What should I do to fix this issue I'm having with my professor? I'm probably going to have her again or see her in the future. I really want to be on her good side obviously. Should I e-mail her to set up a appointment to talk or at clinical should I say/do something? What should I do??!!
Any advice is appreciated...seriously.