OK, call me a Southern redneck, or whatever, but if someone was talking to me and said something like, "allocation of resource decisions", I'd say, "Huh? What in the hel...? I think MollyJ, you must be in management or you should be. Those words were in your response, but it's not you, it's me. I am so tired of all the legal "mumbo jumbo", the psych "mumbo jumbo" and the nursing "mumbo jumbo". All these initials that no one knows. And what is with calling a patient a client now? That's like saying, "The client in room 302 needs an enema now." No offense to MollyJ, and ruth, keep dreaming of that Wal-mart greeter job. Because I don't think you can be sued for saying, "Howdy, instead of Hello." I see lists of RN's being sued weekly. P.S. I was a case manager in Home Health and in some sort of management in LTC. For some reason, if family members don't see their loved ones getting good care, (like being fed their lunch), they get upset. Go figure.