I agree with Jory here on that. Those in management or supervisors seem to just quickly swoop down on a nurse and only regard the paperwork/documentation side of a situation ONLY, without backtracking the events that led up to the error. A nurse buddy of mine was fired right on the spot down a hall, standing at her med cart, for a delay in giving an a.m. Rocephin. Didn't matter she had been there for several yrs and was a very safe nurse. I know I don't and haven't presigned for any of my meds, and was bashed for being slow, while others were clocking out right on time, but they were presigning and some have pre-pulled. Both being wrong to do. But the OP's predicament placed him/ her outside of the facility, so time wise that worked entirely against the nurse. Quite a few facilities allow for a nurse to go back and attend to correcting her paperwork on a MAR. Didn't happen that way for this nurse. Hope this gets smoothed out for you.