Hopefully soon all car seats will be required by law to have an alarm built in at the factory. Maybe a wire or bluetooth attached somehow to the drivers door when it opens. Maybe have a little pulse type device built in that you can actually hear the beep beep beep beep of the childs pulse while you drive. Something already! I don't understand why the federal government hasn't demanded it by now. Parents need to demand this law of their congressmen and women. Now that there are more women in Congress than ever maybe we will see some action on this issue. Does anyone know of any laws being proposed for safer alarm built-in carseats to help prevent this from happening? Certainly the technology is out there! So sad for all the parents this has happened to.
I always liked the saying when you assume something it makes an *** out of u and me. Good nurses are trained not to assume anything. Anticipate problems, yes, assume, big no-no. We must gather facts not make assumptions.
OP, thanks for calling out these bullies behaviors. It takes courage. Get away from these bullies as fast as you can. It's not you! No one would want to deal with that BS! Don't listen to any of the negativity!
CEO Says More Nurses Won't Improve Care-and 1+1 =11 too!
It does not make a lick of common sense no matter what scare tactics management or CEO's spins on it. I guess their main job is to cut costs on top of care. It's a team approach apparently.
Just ran across this while surfing.
Yes , she admitted she made the mistake and didn't read the bottle either. Maybe it wouldn't have stopped her then but maybe if she'd read it on that bottle previously in her downtime at some point it may have helped or it may help someone out in the future so there's that to consider as well. All I'm trying to say is there is a lot to be looked at that could be improved. It sounds as if the hospital is on it from their very detailed improvement plan.