Anxiety

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by RNOTODAY RNOTODAY, BSN, RN Member Nurse

Specializes in NICU, ER, OR. Has 18 years experience.

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UM Review RN, ASN, RN

Specializes in Utilization Management. 7 Articles; 5,163 Posts

so what does your anxiety stem from

I'm going to say this in as loving and gentle a way as I possibly can, Tom:

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leslie :-D

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I'm going to say this in as loving and gentle a way as I possibly can, Tom:

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emily post would be proud!

TiffyRN, ADN, BSN, PhD

Specializes in NICU. Has 29 years experience. 2,309 Posts

I have intermittent FMLA on which I filed the needed documentation for only after I was nearly on suspension for absences.

This may be only my facility but I was informed that if I had my physician list any dates of my previous absences on my paperwork, those would be taken off. I didn't bother because I didn't have those dates handy when I went to my physician and I knew my absences would only be decreasing from now on as the absences "fell off". We use a rolling calendar for absences so a year later an absence no longer counts.

Thankfully my immediate supervisors are very supportive and understanding regarding FMLA.

RNOTODAY, BSN, RN

Specializes in NICU, ER, OR. Has 18 years experience. 1,116 Posts

Thanks Angie, Tiffy, Jen, tweety and chadash!!!. I have a better idea of FMLA now.... I of course know how to get this info on my own, but it is very comforting to hear it from fellow nurses who might have been through it.

Oh, and teeituptom, a very big THANKS ,or whatever, to you too......

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