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Jan 5, '03Occupation: RN Joined: Aug '01; Posts: 2,276; Likes: 42I probably wouldn't last very long, I would be disciplined for insubornidation!! I don't have time to tell the charge everytime I call a doctor, pull an IV, wipe a behind....if she wants to be that involved, I would tell her to take my patient assignment and I would enjoy the rest of my shift doing nothing......
Jan 5, '03Occupation: RN - College Health Specialty: Geriatrics/Oncology/Psych/College Health ; Joined: Jun '02; Posts: 6,584; Likes: 70Sounds extreme in your case, but I will mention there is a nurse on eves that has had to become that way as a result of several bad experiences (at 11pm having a nurse call a doc who has been on call for 48 hours to ask him if the patient's home birth control pills can be continued when the dose isn't due until tomorrow afternoon - stupid stuff - not to mention the dangerous stuff that I won't go into.) I'm guessing that once she, like the nurse I am referring to, becomes comfortable with a person's skills and critical thinking ability, then she backs off, knowing that you will come to her when it's necessary.
Jan 6, '03From: US ; Joined: Oct '01; Posts: 6,238; Likes: 1,829Originally posted by baseline
Well I finally figured this one out.....highlite it and then hit the quote button at the bottom of the reply page.
Jan 6, '03Occupation: RN, L&D, nursery, post-partum, women'shealth Joined: Apr '02; Posts: 1,581; Likes: 18thanks for the advice everyone. What about quoting multiple ppl's posts??? Meaning, quoting one person, thenanother person, then another person, all in my one post?