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Joined Apr 2, '03 - from 'Oregon'. klone is a L&D. She has '10+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Women's Health/OB Leadership'. Posts: 11,119 (55% Liked) Likes: 26,703

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  • 10:06 am

    Quote from Davey Do
    Very good question, compassionresearher, and it also says something about yourself. Like, you're not one who needs and thrives on external validation.

    However, there are those of us who are like a Labrador Retriever I use to have named Toby Joe. He needed to be stroked continuously.

    Oh cool! I just noticed my posts and like count!-dopey-pet-me-

    Toby Joe, like the majority of us, had a low self esteem.

    So, Likes are a type of external validation which we junkies crave like Toby Joe craved pats on his head.

    There's an entire school of thought regarding Likes. I could go on and on and on.

    Perhaps you could research that school of thought.

    Compassionately?

    Oh, and BTW: The numbers of likes shown are those received, and not given.
    This post made me very happy. It's like someone *gets* me.

  • 10:02 am

    Quote from Davey Do
    Very good question, compassionresearher, and it also says something about yourself. Like, you're not one who needs and thrives on external validation.

    However, there are those of us who are like a Labrador Retriever I use to have named Toby Joe. He needed to be stroked continuously.

    Oh cool! I just noticed my posts and like count!-dopey-pet-me-

    Toby Joe, like the majority of us, had a low self esteem.

    So, Likes are a type of external validation which we junkies crave like Toby Joe craved pats on his head.

    There's an entire school of thought regarding Likes. I could go on and on and on.

    Perhaps you could research that school of thought.

    Compassionately?

    Oh, and BTW: The numbers of likes shown are those received, and not given.
    This post made me very happy. It's like someone *gets* me.

  • 9:59 am

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • 9:36 am

    So what are you asking the CNAs to do for which you are getting pushback?

  • 9:25 am

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • 4:32 am

    So what are you asking the CNAs to do for which you are getting pushback?

  • 4:26 am

    Quote from Scottishtape
    Now, I feel like an underachiever
    Keep posting, grasshopper. I've been here for 14 years. Yikes. I suddenly feel old!

  • 4:25 am

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • Jan 16

    RNs are all expected, per their license, to have a baseline RN competency. With proper orientation, YES, any RN should be able to take care of any patient.

    Every hospital I've ever worked at that was small enough not to have a regular pediatric census with a dedicated peds wing, always put peds in a portion of their "med/surg" floor and it was expected that the med/surg nurses would take those patients. I've never heard of OB nurses being expected to staff for peds.

    While I think what your hospital is doing is unfair, I don't think they're doing anything WRONG.

  • Jan 16

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • Jan 16

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • Jan 16

    Of course, this post will ruin it. But the last post I made before this one, I had 11,111 posts, and 26,666 likes.

    That's about as exciting as when you get to 100,000 on your car's odometer.

  • Jan 16

    Quote from Scottishtape
    Now, I feel like an underachiever
    Keep posting, grasshopper. I've been here for 14 years. Yikes. I suddenly feel old!

  • Jan 16

    Quote from Scottishtape
    Now, I feel like an underachiever
    Keep posting, grasshopper. I've been here for 14 years. Yikes. I suddenly feel old!

  • Jan 16

    Thank you, Davey! Now I can see those magic numbers any time I want!

    Seriously, that made me laugh out loud.


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