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klone, MSN, RN 54,008 Views

Joined Apr 2, '03 - from 'Denver, CO, US'. klone is a Charge Nurse, Women's Health/Public Health. She has '10' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'OB/Gyn, research, lactation'. Posts: 10,668 (54% Liked) Likes: 24,802

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  • 12:15 pm

    I work in women's health, and I cannot work for a faith-based organization that would prohibit me from discussing contraception and abortion options with women.

  • 10:25 am

    Quote from ThePrincessBride
    Next time we are reporting off I will ask her if there is anything else she would like to tell me or does she prefer to get management involve and have coworkers thrown under the bus every single time there is an issue.
    Your youth is showing. That is an immature and unconstructive way of handling it.

    I'm guessing that this nurse has decided she doesn't like you and is trying to chase you off, either through resignation, transfer, or firing. Otherwise, she would not have cc'ed management on that email, she would have spoken to you directly. You need to decide what YOU want to do. Do you want to be run off like the nurses before you? Then by all means, respond with immaturity and petulance. Do you want to stick it out, at least to get that golden year in the NICU? Then you need to take the high road, and respond with grace and maturity.

  • 9:54 am

    Since you cannot actually sit for the exam until you've done L&D for two years, I wouldn't recommend that. Instead, I'd recommend basic and then advanced EFM.

  • 7:43 am

    Quote from hillbillienurse
    Only the drama you wanted to see. I posed a question. I am stunned at the smug, nasty, smarmy angry broads on here. The "nurses eat their own" is asaying with merit, as evidenced on this site.. To those who simply answered, thank you. To those who have a sad need to scold and twist a question into "you're complaining" or "you think you are too good?" or "Oh their job is so much easier", you bring other problems here and sling it out on others. Again, thanks to those who took the time to give a thoughtful answer to a posed question.
    BINGO!!

  • 7:28 am

    Quote from hillbillienurse
    Only the drama you wanted to see. I posed a question. I am stunned at the smug, nasty, smarmy angry broads on here. The "nurses eat their own" is asaying with merit, as evidenced on this site.. To those who simply answered, thank you. To those who have a sad need to scold and twist a question into "you're complaining" or "you think you are too good?" or "Oh their job is so much easier", you bring other problems here and sling it out on others. Again, thanks to those who took the time to give a thoughtful answer to a posed question.
    BINGO!!

  • 3:04 am

    I remember using the f-bomb liberally during transition in labor (unmedicated). If my nurse had asked me not to swear, I may have hauled off and smacked her.

  • May 28

    I haven't been around much. I have been in my new job for 3 months now, and WOW does it keep me busy. I'm rarely at my desk, so no more downtime and boredom that I would fill with AN.

    I feel a little smug after "discovering" a trick the other day. When you ask for volunteers for a project, and nobody wants to do it, do NOT ***** to me because I'm not doing it to your liking. Because guess what happens? I will then delegate the project to YOU to complete. Killed two birds with one stone on that one - I got the complainer to stop complaining, and now I have one less task on MY plate to complete!

  • May 28

    Quote from Ellie G
    I have no problem with random drug testing at all, but it should be for cause.
    Those are two entirely different things. If it's for cause, then by definition it's not random.

  • May 28

    Quote from Ellie G
    I have no problem with random drug testing at all, but it should be for cause.
    Those are two entirely different things. If it's for cause, then by definition it's not random.

  • May 28

    Quote from Ellie G
    I have no problem with random drug testing at all, but it should be for cause.
    Those are two entirely different things. If it's for cause, then by definition it's not random.

  • May 28

    Since you cannot actually sit for the exam until you've done L&D for two years, I wouldn't recommend that. Instead, I'd recommend basic and then advanced EFM.

  • May 28

    I work in women's health, and I cannot work for a faith-based organization that would prohibit me from discussing contraception and abortion options with women.

  • May 28

    I haven't been around much. I have been in my new job for 3 months now, and WOW does it keep me busy. I'm rarely at my desk, so no more downtime and boredom that I would fill with AN.

    I feel a little smug after "discovering" a trick the other day. When you ask for volunteers for a project, and nobody wants to do it, do NOT ***** to me because I'm not doing it to your liking. Because guess what happens? I will then delegate the project to YOU to complete. Killed two birds with one stone on that one - I got the complainer to stop complaining, and now I have one less task on MY plate to complete!

  • May 28

    I work in women's health, and I cannot work for a faith-based organization that would prohibit me from discussing contraception and abortion options with women.

  • May 28

    I haven't been around much. I have been in my new job for 3 months now, and WOW does it keep me busy. I'm rarely at my desk, so no more downtime and boredom that I would fill with AN.

    I feel a little smug after "discovering" a trick the other day. When you ask for volunteers for a project, and nobody wants to do it, do NOT ***** to me because I'm not doing it to your liking. Because guess what happens? I will then delegate the project to YOU to complete. Killed two birds with one stone on that one - I got the complainer to stop complaining, and now I have one less task on MY plate to complete!


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