nurse2033 17,136 Views
Joined Jun 6, '07.
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I doubt we will hear from the OP again, by now he surely left nursing for a more manly job in construction LOL
Well, you have been hired for your expertise, and you are cashing a check for it, that's America! Just because they are out to make a buck doesn't mean they won't provide a good education. That said, I worked for such a school but in the end I didn't like it. They made excellence among the staff difficult. I was a lead faculty, but it was almost impossible to contact the instructors I was supposed to be supporting. I also was privy to a number of student/school problems that I felt were not handled in the most ethical manner. I believe that was related to the staff not the school. I left for other reasons as well, but that contributed. Get your experience, give the students your best shot, and stay or quit whenever works for you. Good luck.
It sounds like case management should have been involved before it led to this situation for you.
Photos should not be allowed in areas where other patients might be seen. I just tell people they can't take pictures in this area... And if they want to amuse themselves by taking pictures of themselves, it just keeps them off the call light.
Do not feel guilty. It is not your job to pick up the slack your manager is responsible for. You work to live, not live to work.
Er, I think you got me. You are correct, my mistake, thanks for clarifying.
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