I have a question regarding glucose competency and health privacy. I work at a medical center in CA and we just completed the module for glucose competency where we demonstrate doing the high/low controls and working the accucheck machine etc...Then the other day, the person in charge of phlebotomy training is on our floor walking up to each nurse and asking them to do an additional competency, where we are to take our own blood sugar for him. I was too busy that day so I didnt get approached but it felt a little uncomfortable. Why must I reveal an aspect of my personal health just to prove I can do the skill, on top of the California mandated competency?I overheard a nurse saying, but I just completed the competency at the skills labâ€, and he said, this is different, an additional validationâ€.I have never seen this before at any place I have worked. Has anyone else had to do this? To me this seems rather invasive, to randomly approach people busy doing their jobs and request that they reveal their blood sugar to some random staff memberâ€¦just wanted to get some thoughts on how normal this is is, whether they can legally enforce this, and whether you can politely decline. Thanks!