Yep - there's always one! In my LTC, I hated being behind one particular nurse. When her schedule was changed to my reporting OFF to her as she came ON, it was magnified by a gazillion times. No way to keep her focused, questions that were totally irrelevant to activities on 11-7, frequent petty complaints, non-pt issues, etc.
In all my years & years, this one was the ONLY
peer to evoke a childish tit-for-tat response from me (my thing was that I would not replace a new nursing note page in the chart if I knew she
was coming on behind me, silly & childish, I know!). In all the time AHEAD of me, she never, never, NEVER put in a new page into the chart and she had large, flowery, sprawling handwriting and would leave large spaces at the end of the sentence, which she would draw a mark-out straight line to use up the space. A simple note could take her a half page, and if she were to run short on space, she would squeeze small her handwriting. She'd even finish up the margin edge rather than get a new page. It's just common courtesy to one another that we all should add a new page. Not her!
But she was my albatross who made my teeth grind. Some others would freq ask questions that WERE appropriate and I have learned from them (and yes, there's always room to learn!).
Oh well, made me feel good to confess my little tale!