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  1. sent today 05:43 pm you have received an infraction at nursing community for nurses - allnurses.com from administration staff administration join date: oct 2010 posts: 0 dear katie5, you have received an infraction at nursing community for nurses - allnurses.com. reason: continuing to post staff action publically ------- your post has been removed from view like the others as per the terms of service of the site and discussing staff action. we ask if you have an issue with staff action that you post in the admin help desk to discuss this. because this is the second time you have posted staff action in public your account is placed on moderation and posts will be reviewed by a staff member first. disagreements with allnurses.com policies or staff decisions you agree not to argue about allnurses.com policies or moderating decisions in the public forums. if you disagree with a policy or a decision, you may respectfully post your comments in private in the admin help desk where only you and the administration can see the conversation. you will not attempt to petition the website owner through the use of posts, polls, emails, pms or any other method found on the allnurses.com website. https://allnurses.com/terms-info.html please respect the terms of service of the site that you agreed to when you joined the site. ------- this infraction is worth 20 point(s) and may result in restricted access until it expires. serious infractions will never expire. original post: https://allnurses.com/staff-review-fo...ml#post5630919 quote quote from madwife2002 staff fairy wishes years exp: 22 nursing specialty: rn, rm, bsn join date: jan 2005 posts: 7,525 hi katie5 i have pulled your message to the staff forum for review. i am sorry you are not happy with the website nor with the moderators. i thought the best thing to do was for you to email the admin department and discuss the problems you have been having and that maybe there could be a better solution. i see you have been a member for a few years and it would be sad to see you leave this way. yours madwife2002 moderator is this where i'm supposed to apologise for my "bad behavior"?or is this where i get pulled? no apologies will be forthcoming. ************************ to contact us about this issue, use the following link: https://allnurses.com/admin-help-desk/ please note: do not reply to this message. this message was sent from a notification-only account. messages sent to this account will be ignored. ************************ all the best, nursing community for nurses - allnurses.com report message
  2. Katie5

    Obese children...my rant

    Random thought - The higher people are on the educational ladder, the more you notice a difference in lifestyle and weight.
  3. Katie5

    Will I ever feel confident?

    Yes you will:). It comes with practise, expertise and a conviction that you know what you're doing.
  4. Katie5

    How do I get along well with my clinical instructor?

    When you're driving on the road, and there's a speed bump two miles away, you don't slow down until you get close enough. Morale of the story- Do not cross the bridge till you get to it.
  5. Katie5

    Time to get real -

    You must need us to wear glasses or something!
  6. Katie5

    Giving blood without an ID bracelet or Consent

    I'd turn around and sure you just for the heck of it.
  7. Katie5

    Facilities not on the Customer service bandwagon

    We don't use any of those except when charging. But look at it this way, Customer service, good customer service is NOT a bad thing in itself. When I go to a store or anywhere and I am spending my hard-earned money on your product or service, believe me when I say good customer service is a requirement or I'm gone. So likewise, when patients come into the hospital, they should expect a good service. Not saying go overboard but a good service is in order. Don't be so tunnel-visioned that you fail to see the big picture. The big picture being that hospitals now have to do what it takes to stand out from the crowd. People don't remember what you do, but they remember how you made them feel. Get with the program- customer service when done right is important.
  8. Katie5

    Male nurse in L&D

    If she doesn't want you, then you accomodate her. She has enough worrying with the baby without being uncomfortable in delivering. But judging from your response, you might be vengeful, so she will just have to suck it up and come out safe:mad:
  9. Katie5

    Male nurse in L&D

    A male physician is enough. Birth is both a beautiful and messy thing. I'm not sure any woman would particularly want a male there. Sorry OP>
  10. Two options here 1. you don't have to shut up and bear it. When she walks away, let her go and seek a more amiable nurse and work with her. 2. Have a conversation with her in explaining to her, that you need to understand more. 3. Just be more alert and follow here. If she has to invite you to follow her each and every single time, it;s going to be tiring.
  11. Katie5

    When a nursing home shuts down.

    Oh pssh, you should have given me a minute. Got it
  12. Katie5

    When a nursing home shuts down.

    I am not a lawyer maybe?
  13. Katie5

    discovered and reported falsification of VS

    To cut a long story short, just try as much as you can to do these vitals yourself while in the room assessing the patients. It saves you a whole load of grief.
  14. Katie5

    Had to bite my tongue and....

    Please do me a favor- go back and ask them if they REGRET their current license (RN). Most times humans are like that (nurses especially), they gripe a lot, but wouldn't trade that license for nothing, except a better career with better pay, of course:)
  15. Katie5

    Average CRNA Salary

    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/crna-salary.html i'm pleased aleady:d
  16. Katie5

    Got a promotion because of my big...