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OyWithThePoodles has 10 years experience as a RN and specializes in Med-surg, school nursing..

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1 hour ago, OyWithThePoodles said:

I feel like we need an eye roll option on the "likes".

That would be perfect :)))

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24 minutes ago, yaRNthrower said:

That would be perfect :)))

Or face palm!  I feel that on the regular!!!

 

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31 for me! YIIIIIIIIPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEEE.

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halohg has 25 years experience as a RN.

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21 hours ago, OyWithThePoodles said:

I feel like we need an eye roll option on the "likes".

 

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and specializes in kids.

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On 4/13/2019 at 8:34 AM, halohg said:

 

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YOU are my people!!!

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CampyCamp has 18 years experience as a RN.

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On 4/12/2019 at 12:48 PM, Cas1in72 said:

Or face palm!  I feel that on the regular!!!

 

I say both of these on facebook, too! 

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SPED teachers and aides just kill me, they are so needy and rude!!! I really wish I could print the info below and give them each their own sign.

1. Do not come in the clinic and just stand there listening to my conversation with a parent unless it is an emergency. Please wait politely on the other side of the door until I am done.  

2. Do not assume that I automatically know the non-verbal student you are wanting me to call a parent on. A name is mighty helpful. Please have that info / knowledge when bringing said child to me. 

3. Also, do not bring me the non-verbal child and tell me that someone else "wants them checked out" and have no clue as to what is going on with them. History is 90% of my assessment people and my crystal ball is broken.

4. Do not bring a student with you who does not need my services and allow them to rummage through all of my stuff because you need to tell me something about another student. Phone / e-mail works really well these days.

5. Yes, I will document on every tiny microscopic scratch you get on a kid but you need to write your own name, details, etc on the form. My part is documenting what I assess ONLY. And I really want to tell you that you could be documenting this yourself as it just gets thrown in a notebook that I could really care less about because you signed up to work with kids that scratch, bite, etc. Do you really think this poor autistic kid that has no other way of communicating is going to get kicked out of public school because he pinched you 4 times this year?  Now, you got a real injury that actually needs medical attention - come see me then.  

6. I know your job is tough and I really do give kudos to you!!! But, please be considerate! 

 

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ruby_jane has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU/community health/school nursing.

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1 hour ago, EnoughWithTheIce said:

History is 90% of my assessment people and my crystal ball is broken.

 

 

AMEN, my friend. As are my x-ray glasses.

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CanIcallmymom has 4 years experience.

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17 hours ago, EnoughWithTheIce said:

SPED teachers and aides just kill me, they are so needy and rude!!! I really wish I could print the info below and give them each their own sign.

1. Do not come in the clinic and just stand there listening to my conversation with a parent unless it is an emergency. Please wait politely on the other side of the door until I am done.  

2. Do not assume that I automatically know the non-verbal student you are wanting me to call a parent on. A name is mighty helpful. Please have that info / knowledge when bringing said child to me. 

3. Also, do not bring me the non-verbal child and tell me that someone else "wants them checked out" and have no clue as to what is going on with them. History is 90% of my assessment people and my crystal ball is broken.

4. Do not bring a student with you who does not need my services and allow them to rummage through all of my stuff because you need to tell me something about another student. Phone / e-mail works really well these days.

5. Yes, I will document on every tiny microscopic scratch you get on a kid but you need to write your own name, details, etc on the form. My part is documenting what I assess ONLY. And I really want to tell you that you could be documenting this yourself as it just gets thrown in a notebook that I could really care less about because you signed up to work with kids that scratch, bite, etc. Do you really think this poor autistic kid that has no other way of communicating is going to get kicked out of public school because he pinched you 4 times this year?  Now, you got a real injury that actually needs medical attention - come see me then.  

6. I know your job is tough and I really do give kudos to you!!! But, please be considerate! 

 

So much this! I always hand them the incident report and tell them to fill it out and that I'll document my NURSING assessment.

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Feral.Cat.Herder has 22 years experience and specializes in Peds, MS, DIDD, Corrections, HH, LTC.

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On 4/17/2019 at 8:31 AM, CanIcallmymom said:

So much this! I always hand them the incident report and tell them to fill it out and that I'll document my NURSING assessment.

You actually have a place on the incident/accident report that nurses can document? The only question r/t any part of my job on our form is name of person contacted and name of person contacting POC 

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JenTheSchoolRN is a BSN, RN and specializes in School nursing.

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I'm still laughing...

Just had a 7th grader come into my office. Asking for an alcohol wipe and large bandaid for scrape on knee. Another student also comes in, so give student both as I triage second student.

Suddenly I hear a hiss and a "that really hurts" and look up to explain about alcohol wipes and see student has bandaid on knee. Then student tells me that pull alcohol pad on under bandaid and then put bandaid on it.

Of course I ripped that bandaid off and explained, but this was a first for me with 7th graders. Student has good sense of humor and didn't mind that I couldn't hold in my laughter. Wound is super germ free now :).

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CanIcallmymom has 4 years experience.

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1 hour ago, JenTheSchoolRN said:

I'm still laughing...

Just had a 7th grader come into my office. Asking for an alcohol wipe and large bandaid for scrape on knee. Another student also comes in, so give student both as I triage second student.

Suddenly I hear a hiss and a "that really hurts" and look up to explain about alcohol wipes and see student has bandaid on knee. Then student tells me that pull alcohol pad on under bandaid and then put bandaid on it.

Of course I ripped that bandaid off and explained, but this was a first for me with 7th graders. Student has good sense of humor and didn't mind that I couldn't hold in my laughter. Wound is super germ free now :).

My people always ask for alcohol. I'm like, "You get some super special soap here," as I hand them a container with dial soap and water mixed together. Haha

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