Funny story...My DH is an excellent Paramedic,cabable of running circles around many nurses. He was transferring an ER patient from the hospital that I worked in, and was attempting to receive report from the snotty nurse that was going to be riding along (required additional support in back of ambulance due to instability). She told him that he didn't need to know any information when he asked what the infusion rate was on the patients multiple IV lines. He informed her that if something happened and power was lost,he needed to be able to run those IV. She also had issues obtaining a manual blood pressure reading while bouncing around back in the ambulance, and required the paramedic to get it. But the funniest part of the entire situation was when they arrived at Charity Hospital's ER, and the receiving nurse asked for report from the paramedic...who deferred to RN that rode along since she wouldn't give report to them...receiving RN had a field day.