How can I possibly pass ALL my meds( X2) and chart on every person thats on isolation, abt, falls, new admits, readmits, behavior, medicare, medicaid. And inbetween all of that I have to Follow up behind CNA's to make sure their feeding, drying, repositioning, bathing, tolieting, and changing linen for my residents. Keep the nutrition room, and linen closets tidy. make sure insulins are not expired, check temps on fridges. get rid of expired meds off the cart then reorder them cause they arent within their 30 days. Make rounds , pray that my 30 residents are alive and well. Then get interrupted by all department heads for a 30-45 min stand up meeting @ the nurses station. To inform me of what I didn't do or didnt enforce my staff to do. squeeze in a 30 min lunch, that half the time i dont even take. Oh did I mention call in labs that should have been taken care of the day before. pray a md call me back in a reasonable amt of time. take, write and carry out T.O.'s. Kiss family members butts about resident missing clothing items. that i have no controll over. Then at the end of the day.my supervisor has the nerve to ask me if I charted and passed all my meds. while tapping her foot looking at her watch telling me no over time. punch the clock on time or else. well to me, my patients come first I have and always will make sure my people are well taken care of. so maybe I miss a multivit or two. Or miss an entry for a isolation pt.Thats what late entries are for. But I love my residents and safety comes first.So I prioritize my meds and charts. So yes I will pass my meds and chart, When I get a chance.