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  • May 30

    Wow, for a minute I thought you were joking. You were being authoritative and insensitive, IMHO. Yes, he was being disrespectful, but you can definitely get it through differently! I'm not bashing you, OP, it drives me nuts when people treat me like that. But I might say something like, "If you need to do something on your phone, I'll come back when you have time to discuss your care." While I sympathize with you, OP, I'm going to side with your co-workers. He got under your skin and you let it show.

  • May 29

    I have pulled an epi "just in case" my unstable pt coded in the elevator... I have pulled narcan "just in case" for that young ams coming in... I have pulled heparin and plavix for that STEMI, "just in case"... benadryl has yet to make my "just in case" list.

  • May 28

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 28

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 27

    Agree with Nurseonamotorcycle... my last shift I had 3 psych holds. Your expertise will be highly valued.

  • May 27

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 27

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 27

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 27

    I'm generally of the mindset to not quit before a year, however, I recently had the experience of "trying to stick it out...wouldn't want to look like a job hopper!" I realized that I became more miserable, my family felt it, and it made me question if I still loved my specialty. The answer is yes, but I'm moving on from my facility. If they cannot be supportive or at least professional, you are actually doing a disservice to your patients by staying and supporting it. This attitude rubs off, believe it or not!

  • May 21

    I have pulled an epi "just in case" my unstable pt coded in the elevator... I have pulled narcan "just in case" for that young ams coming in... I have pulled heparin and plavix for that STEMI, "just in case"... benadryl has yet to make my "just in case" list.

  • May 21

    Your facility is required to allow you a pump break. Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite Program - Breastfeeding Laws

  • May 21

    Your facility is required to allow you a pump break. Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite Program - Breastfeeding Laws

  • May 20

    I have pulled an epi "just in case" my unstable pt coded in the elevator... I have pulled narcan "just in case" for that young ams coming in... I have pulled heparin and plavix for that STEMI, "just in case"... benadryl has yet to make my "just in case" list.

  • May 18

    Recently the rate at my facility for new hires/grads went up by several dollars per hour, and there was no change in existing worker wages. Guess how long I'm staying?

  • May 12

    No one is going to pin you down and make you go (haha). People giving you a hard time reflects that it is important to them. If it is not important to you, don't worry about it. A lot of nursing students without kids cannot fathom how difficult it is to complete a program with a family. My pinning was really awkward and I had to go to the whole school commencement to attend (uuuuuggggh), so I could have gone without it, but being from a family of nurses, I would have gotten beat up.


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