Unprofessional Behavior and Consequences? - page 2

by Julie, RN

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I am a new grad, been a rn for about 6 months now. Had a nurse get verbally aggressive with me in front of everyone at the nurses station over not filling out a consent form completely. Even though there was plently of time for... Read More


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    all good advice. i like betts the best..lol
    if you do not handle this, put a stop to it RIGHT NOW..you are setting a precedence as to how the others are going to treat you and how this particular nurse will treat you in the future. not an easy task.
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    Wait one week, if a better fight doesn't surface and overshadow this one, wait one more week. If at that time all is going well, then you know this is the only issue you need to confront and once resolved you will have a nice place to work.

    Or you can take Brett's advice. LOL
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    Get evil - scratch her name off your christmas card list, with a dirty nail.





    No one can make you feel inferior without your permission
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    Originally posted by mustangsheba
    Julie - You will find a bunch of these PIA's your whole life long, trying to make a big problem out of nothing. My response to this has always been "did anybody die?" I would take her aside and tell her that you will not ever under any circumstances interact with her when she is displaying rude, unprofessional behavior, so she shouldn't be surprised when you look her in the eye, turn your back and walk away. She likes to push peoples buttons. Don't let her push yours.
    NOONE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION!!!!!
    IT ONLY TAKE FOUR MUSCLES TO RAISE YOUR HAND AND SLAP THE.....
    I AM A SLOW LEARNER, BUT CAN LEARN, THIS THREAD IS GREAT!!!!

    NO MORE BUTTON PUSHING FOR ME, UNLESS I AM THE ONE PUSHING!!!!! or at least that is my goal!!!!! chuckle!! chuckle!!

    you are all great!!!!!


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