Aug 10 by Jory, MSN, APRN, CNM
Jory has 10 years experience as a MSN, APRN, CNM.
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Well, sorry if this sounds mean, but I doubt you are a nurse at all. If you had attended nursing school and had finished orientation at any healthcare facility, you would know the answers to these questions.
This question screams made-up question with a new made-up account.
Actually I am laughing reading YOUR comment. I am always hesitant to post a question because of the responses like this that I get.
If you look a little deeper into my account you will see I AM NOT in fact new to this site, I just don't feel the need to voice my every thought, either here or on facebook. Let me see prove I am a nurse? My first thought is to say no but, and I am sorry if this sounds mean, I am a nurse. In fact I probably work for you. I work for a lot of people that have so many letters after their name, so much education and yet they have no real life experience. I love working for ppl , perhaps like you, that have gone to school and went from HS to a college program that gives you a BSN and then an MSN and yet you never worked a day in your life as an RN. People that want to spout evidence based care without ever giving care.
Oh, I do apologize. For all I know you are the troll. I asked a simple question, basically what is the litmus test for maintaining pt's confidentiality? If you didn't know, why bother to answer? And, sorry to repeat myself, this is why I am marked as a new poster. So many people seeking to pop off. I may as a question about "X" med and I get (ppl like you) ppl that turn it into a personal attack for using "X" med. Omg! I deal with ppl like you daily. I guess my biggest mistake was asking nurses for help and assuming anyone that was on this nice site would be helpful.
Yes, I now see it does say "New Member" but I am not a new member here.