OK I have had just about enough of rude nurses. I have just spent 7 weeks on my psych rotation and there are 2 nurses there that have made it clear that they do not want us there. One of them said, right in front of us "not of day shift" when we announced that we were there. and the other one literally told me that "she didn't have time to follow around the nursing students" and shooed me away with her hand when I told her that we were missing one of our classmates (on a psych unit). I wasn't asking her to find her I was just asking if anyone might happen to know if the classmate went somewhere.
I have told my instructor about one of the nurses and the instuctor took care of it as best she could but now I feel like I will sound like a whiner if I tell about the second nurse.
If a person hates to teach others and is so miserable then maybe they should get a new job. At what point as a student is it ok to stand up to the rude behavior and bring it to the rude nurses attention? I do not question if I am cut out to be a nurse but all the rude nurses that we are so dependant on as students is making want to pull my hair out.:angryfire:angryfire:angryfire