Steady Drip of documentation - page 2
Are the rest of your facilities doing this? The past 12 months they have steadily added more and more documentation requirements. Dvt risk assessment every shift, now a suicide risk assessment, full... Read More
May 18, '07Quote from annmariernannmarie, I was just asking. I'm not saying you should stay late. Like I've said in other threads, I personally don't mind staying late because my kids are getting older and it's not really a big deal for me to stay late, and I'm one of those freaky nurses who love to do paperwork.Sure I can, if I want to be there an extra hour or two; I did for a long time and I am not prepared to work 14 plus hours will minimal breaks and have to get up and go back to the same next day. 12 hours in my opinion is plenty. Just giving report takes a hour as it is. Enough already.
May 18, '07Quote from jill48I'm one of those freaky nurses who love to do paperwork.
I knew it.......you're nuts.........
May 18, '07Steady drip fof paper work is right! And I work at a teaching hospital so there are forms for studies and performance improvement projects and data collection. I could just scream if I see any more projects. I always said I could be the world's greatest nurse if someone else would chart for me.
May 18, '07Quote from TazziRNI is a little bit crazy. Who said that? What. Nothin.:lol_hitti :lol_hitti :lol_hitti :lol_hitti :lol_hitti :lol_hittiI knew it.......you're nuts.........Last edit by jill48 on May 19, '07