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- by tjmiller Jan 12Ugh... Sorry if anyone else is putting up with this.
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- Jan 12 by BostonFNPWitch doctor has doctor in it....
Kidding of course, but I don't get the point of the post....
- Jan 12 by 13Baker13I'm assuming someone made a remark that an lpn is not really a nurse.
I've heard it all...LPN=little pretend nurse or low paid nurse, etc...
You can't let others negativity and ignorance get to you. All we can do is be the best nurse we know we are. There are plenty of rn's who eventually see that we are just as good if not sometimes more skilled in pt care due to many lpn's being cna's first.
- Jan 12 by CLUVLPNIgnore the haters. No one can make you feel inferior unless you let them.
- Jan 12 by akaniniI was an LPN before becoming an RN and I HATE this statement up to this day. However, because we live in a world where some people are just plain ignorant, I refused to let it get to me and neither should you.
- @ Boston..you do get the point of the post, or you wouldn't have made the remark "witch doctor has doctor in it". Again, sorry to any LPN who is being told they aren't nurses.
- Jan 12 by Esme12You are as much of a nurse as any other nurse....IMHO
- Jan 12 by BostonFNPQuote from tjmillerI still don't understand the point of the post really? Venting?@ Boston..you do get the point of the post, or you wouldn't have made the remark "witch doctor has doctor in it". Again, sorry to any LPN who is being told they aren't nurses.
Sorry someone slighted you. I hope you stood up for yourself. It happens all the time, unfortunately. You should always be proud of why your are and what you do. I cringe when I hear people say things like "I'm just the nurse".Last edit by BostonFNP on Jan 12
- See how typing can change the meaning of things... Yes, venting.
Yes, I have been told 2 times in one week that I am not a nurse in one way or the other. I had just let go the last time someone said it to me. That was about a month ago. I honestly think the issue seeps from me and people pick up on that.
- Know a RN who refuses to toilet her pt because she already "done that job" and will call the CNA to get a call light. YIKES!