Cristal Jones 838 Views
Joined: Feb 3, '11;
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this is an excellent question.....i have given up on this tho. Once i know the truth i am good. Some people can be hard-headed when they are ready so i dont bother with them anymore...not intended to sound ignorant btw
I work in a level III NICU. We had a baby who was admitted directly into our Intermediate Care Unit. The newborn's mother asked the RN caring for her infant how much money we make. My coworker gave her a general number to which the mother replied,"You make that much just rocking babies?!" WHAT!!!! My coworker promptly disabused her of that misconception. I love getting out my blank transport forms and going over them with those who made the mistake of implying that I "rock babies". I also have a hard time getting my mother to understand that nurse's specialize. I don't take care of anyone greater than 12lbs, so I have no idea what you should do about your adult problem other than call the doctor!!
What is the most annoying stereotype that you have directly come across. We all know the naughty nurse one. I'm talking more along the lines of, what have you personally had to deal with?
Mine: Well, if you were smarter wouldn't you have become a doctor?
Well, I didn't become a doctor because I understand that they have to devote more time
and effort into a job than I would like to. To me, a job is a job. Life is what happens when
you're NOT at work. I don't want my whole life to revolve around work. I would like to take
vacations and not be on call, have kids and actually RAISE them. THAT, you idiot, is why
I did not decide to become a doctor. ARGH!
We had an 18 year old when we began. She was a nightmare. Luckily for everyone, she dropped about half way through the first semester...
according to a friend....same **** different toilet.....trini girl here!!! its happening allllllllll over.
LOL I have no superhuman powers, it's just a choice.
Everyone has behaviors that are annoying to somebody, we get over it...we move on. Life is short!
I dont understand this either...i always say its amazing how doctor stick up for each other but not nurses...they are always at it with each other....
Gurlllllll I live in Trinidad and i have that same problem....i know how that headache feels....lmbo it happens to all of us.....ALL of us
ohh my are you serious...i am so sorry to hear that, did you know her personally?
I would take that advise seeing that there is nothing that can be done about the situation. Thanks for the heads up though i really appreciate it and also for the welcome.
My advice would be to do the case study.
oh yes i would be doing it....i dont really have a choice...sighhhh but do you have any tips for me, something to make it much easier and more understanding.
We sign in hourly for lectures. No kidding. A sign-in sheet is literally passed around the room every hour.
Clinicals, so far, we sign in just at the beginning because it's a much smaller and controlled group and corralled in a smaller room. The door hinges squeak and there is only one way in and out, too. >;-D
Apparently the school has had a problem with people who sign in at lecture, then skip out at a break. Plus they have a lot of nontraditional students who are receiving some sort of government tuition aid, and apparently there is a vast amount of reporting that the school has to do to the government, above and beyond documenting that the student has enough seat time in lecture to be NCLEX-eligible. Those seats they have for lecture are not real comfortable, so I can see why people really want to get out of them and go someplace else, lol. (The Devil made me say that.)
We didn't have to sign out though, that is kinda weird lol
I've got a case study to do on a surgical patient in a maternity hospital. Does anyone have any tips for me. At this initial point i have no idea what to expect or what to do. Hoping to get started tomorrow.
Can you help me? I cannot view the link you posted for some reason http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs3.pdf.
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