who is at fault? - page 2

by pink_shoes99, MSN, APRN, CNS | 1,978 Views | 11 Comments

I have a friend who recently had a very serious surgery. When she woke up the NP who was checking on her was in the room. The NP and the pt (my friend) went to high school together over 10 yrs ago at which time the NP had accused... Read More


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    Ask for another provider. Simple, end of problem. No need to say the NP is being unprofessional as doubt we have the entire story. Some times its also best to just stay out of situations - common sense dictates the answer in this situation.
    GrnTea and applewhitern like this.
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    Quote from traumaRUs
    Ask for another provider. Simple, end of problem. No need to say the NP is being unprofessional as doubt we have the entire story. Some times its also best to just stay out of situations - common sense dictates the answer in this situation.

    I was just asking peoples opinions and trying to have a discussion on this, as it really bothered me that someone would abuse their power in such a way. I wasn't waiting patiently for responses to advise her on what to do. Unfortunately in my area specialists are limited and changing providers can't be done so easily, however she is in the process of trying to do so. Thanks everyone for your opinions so far!


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