Ditto. There are lots of little things I try to do/not do (make sure to say pleases/thank yous, refrain from random convo--with nurse or family member--while nurse administering medications or needs to concentrate, don't speak when my FM can speak for him/herself, move completely out of the way if the nurse needs to be on my side of the bed, etc., etc., etc).
I have even endured discomfort in my attempts to not be "that nurse," like one time I watched a few IV attempts (on myself) involving super bad technique like burying the needle all the way to the hub before trying to slide the catheter off (ow). The nurse was getting a little exasperated so I said, "You can do this. Would it be okay if I helped a little?" He agreed and I coached the next attempt and it went right in. He was newer and had never noticed the little tab on angiocaths for pushing the catheter off the stylet...and apparently thought the proper sequence of events was 'bury the whole thing in the patient's arm then pull the stylet out.' (Again...ouch.)
So. I think I have proven I am not that nurse.