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Joined Apr 2, '03 - from 'Oregon'. klone is a L&D. She has '12+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Women's Health/OB Leadership'. Posts: 11,963 (56% Liked) Likes: 30,277

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  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Absolutely do not postpone nursing school in favor of a CNA job.

  • Dec 14

    OP, why have you been working as a CNA for the past 6 years when you're an LPN?

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    OP, why have you been working as a CNA for the past 6 years when you're an LPN?

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    Quote from Rocknurse
    Those questions don't seem like a big deal to me. Sounds like you have a problem with him and it's more to do with you than him.
    Yes, that's what I was thinking as well.

    I'm an RN with an advanced degree and I do think I'm a pretty smart cookie, and I wouldn't know the answer to #1.

    As far as #3, if you're a male, unless you work in some OB or women's health related field, or have a partner who has undergone IVF, I would not assume you would know what that stands for. Not a big deal.

    As someone else has said - it takes a level of humility to feel comfortable asking someone else how to do something who is a "lesser rank" than you. Many RNs feel that they SHOULD be the experts on everything and would have a hard time asking a CNA or LPN how something should be done. Be glad that he has that humility, and doesn't just make **** up if he doesn't know the answer.

  • Dec 14

    OP, why have you been working as a CNA for the past 6 years when you're an LPN?


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