Oh well trust me I covered that...I specifically asked what skills she had learned in first semester.
Vitals and Foley's were covered...I am not trying to attack her, I just found it scary since she is in her second semester of nursing school and didn't know these simple things.
If it was just nerves I am still concerned. I mean you claim to be a "prestige" student, and your in a room with less than 10 people and have been there for over 2 days. You have also done your clinicals here for over 6 months.
I am expecting a son in 7 weeks and WOULD NOT let her touch him.
Vitals were covered yet you couldn't tell me what normal range for infant vitals!!!
So I am supposed to trust you to know when my son is declining if you don't know what is normal!!
I am sorry but since I have been a patient myself numerous times over the last months, I am terrified to hear things like this from the staff that is supposed to be caring for me.
I was in an ambulance a few weeks ago with signs, and symptoms of preeclampsia.
The ambulance driver made a comment while driving me to the paramedic in the back wouldn't it be cool to blare another one bites the dust over these speakers!!!
WHOA, talk about scaring the crap out of me...
Same thing with this girl going down the hall and saying you didn't know normal vital ranges in front of patients wearing scrubs
and a name badge!!
It scared me to knowing my son could be under her care in a few weeks!!!