This is my first year as a School Nurse. I am at a high school, so it can be pretty slow in the clinic. I have on several occasions, had a teacher or staff member stop by for a temp check, BP check, etc... I have never thought twice about this, as it never interferes with my care of the students. Recently, a teacher asked me to be a standby support as they learned to inject a new medication. I made it clear that I will not inject, however if available, I would be in the clinic with her. Well, that has come back to bite me in the bum big time now. I was out with THE FLU last week and unable to provide this support, so apparently the teacher demanded that my unlicensed back-up do it for her. This person of course refused and the situation escalated all the way to the principal. What a disaster!!! My attempts to do a simple Teach and Train out the kindness of my heart, created a terribly dependency. Not only that, I fear it looks like I wasn't doing my job. So my question is, do you all see teachers when they come in? If no, how do I change my methods mid-year like this? Help!!! I just want to set up camp under my desk at this point.