No She/he Did Not!!! - page 9

New fun thread. Please finish the sentence: NO she/he did not: Mine: NO SHE DID NOT WALK INTO CLASS WITH a RED THONG CLEARLY SHOWING UNDER HER UNIFORM!:smackingf... Read More

  1. by   5FrSilastic
    No she did not..........

    Call in sick for 3 days and then never call or come back after that from a job she truely loved and practically cries about at least weekly.....it was me... any suggestions?
  2. by   nursey_girl
    No she did not... check the patients rectum instead of cervix!! Yep... It happens... ugh!
  3. by   Lilnurse0803
    This wonderful thread shows that even the best make honest mistakes that we can all laugh about later... This thread actually teaches students like myself about things that may happen to us; or we can learn to avoid these mishaps by thinking about these posts.

    Thanks for the honesty and the donations made to this thread. Wonderful!


    Melody
    :Melody:
  4. by   UM Review RN
    Quote from 5FrSilastic
    No she did not..........

    Call in sick for 3 days and then never call or come back after that from a job she truely loved and practically cries about at least weekly.....it was me... any suggestions?
    You'll get a lot more responses and suggestions to this question if you start a new thread in General Nursing. :icon_hug:
  5. by   hangnon
    No he did not........

    sit playing with an empty saline flush syringe during a lab and shoot our clinical instructor, who was up front teaching, square between the eyes with the cap! :stone
  6. by   HyperRNRachel
    Tell the clinical instructor to, not correct him in front of his patient! Can you guess what happened? KICKED OUT!
  7. by   GrnHonu99
    No she did not....come in late the first day of class, sit her bookbag on the lab table and when the teacher asked her nicely to move it say in a really loud voice "don't be rushing me i'll get around to it when im ready, i just got here for darns sake!"

    yep my jaw hit the floor! the instructor is really nice though and let it slide...
  8. by   hollyster
    No they did not chart pedal pulses +1 bilaterally on a right BKA for three shifts and that pupils were equally reactive when one eye was a prosthesis on CCU pts.
  9. by   GrnHonu99
    no she did not...(an instructor that subbed in for our regular instructor) tell the entire class (while teaching us to tie a vest restraint) that vest restraints are for "teaching your resident a lesson"...she was dead serious too!! A fellow student took her seriously and when doing her skill in front of the class said....ok mrs. smith, i'm going to tie you up now to teach you a lesson!" our regular instructor's mouth hit the floor when she said that! lol
  10. by   KnarfKS
    ...watch my clinical instructor pop the plunger out of a syringe to spray morphine from a carpuject into it to mix, then when it runs out she tries to put the plunger in and sprays the rest of it on the floor...all the while a staff nurse is watching in amazement and trying not to laugh.
  11. by   Imafloat
    Quote from ELKMNin06
    no she did not...(an instructor that subbed in for our regular instructor) tell the entire class (while teaching us to tie a vest restraint) that vest restraints are for "teaching your resident a lesson"...she was dead serious too!! A fellow student took her seriously and when doing her skill in front of the class said....ok mrs. smith, i'm going to tie you up now to teach you a lesson!" our regular instructor's mouth hit the floor when she said that! lol
    For some reason this totally tickled my funnybone, not much makes me laugh these days thanks for posting this.
  12. by   Bevi
    Oh no she didn't ask the instructor during fourth semester post conference with only 2 more days to go, the following question

    "Now, what is it we are supposed to be getting out of morning report????"

    It wasn't me, thank goodness.....
    The instructor stared at her in disbelief and anger.
  13. by   S.T.A.C.E.Y
    During clinical, cared for the wrong patient almost all night.

    When the shift started, I walked into the room, and asked the pt if she was Mrs. X. She said yes she was. All night she answered to Mrs. X and didn't say anything. I suppose adding to the chart that she was confused would have helped.

    **ALWAYS CHECK THE WRISTBANDS AT THE START OF YOUR SHIFT**

    Thankfully, we caught this before I had done any significant charting and was able to correct the error. But this could have easily turned into a BIG mistake.

    Don't make the same mistake,

    Stacey

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