I work afternoons on a longterm care unit. One of the residents has absolutely no impulse control what-so-ever, and purposely will interupt you when she knows you are the most busy. What she does is ask for PRNs, which she doesn't need but asks for anyways, such as tums, tylenol, cough syrup, and eyedrops. If you don't give her immediate attention she gets loud and mouthy, and complains that you never address her needs (which is grossly untrue). This disruptive behavior, in my opinion, needs to be addressed because it increases the risk the of a nurse making a med error because she is always asking when you're passing meds--especially insulin. Also, she is somebody that doesn't need to be on a priority list because she is capable of doing multiple things herself and doesn't not have nearly the needs that some of the much older residents do. Many nurses feel this is a control issue for her, that she asks when you are busy to throw control on you. I feel this needs to stop and would like input from more experienced nurses on how to deal with this issue. Thank you in advance.