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Davey Do

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Overcome fear by seeing the funny yet ridiculous side of every situation.- Edgar Cayce

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Thanks 28
Haha 27
Sad 6

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Thanks 10
Haha 160
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  1. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  2. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  3. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  4. Haha
    Davey Do reacted to Sour Lemon in Save yourself; get out of medicine.   
    Serious question ...is there any reason why you don't go lay bricks?
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    Davey Do got a reaction from nursingstudentx96 in New job as NA   
    Sound advice, Ms. Lemon. It's also a good approach to learn in gaining experience to later apply to your nursing skills, nursingstudentx96, in a inductive learning sort of way. CNA's do a lot of basic hands on care that you will be able to use for the rest of your nursing career.
    Don't be too concerned about documentation- it's basic stuff that, once again, you will be able to use as base knowledge as you grow in your  career.
     
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    Davey Do got a reaction from nursingstudentx96 in New job as NA   
    Sound advice, Ms. Lemon. It's also a good approach to learn in gaining experience to later apply to your nursing skills, nursingstudentx96, in a inductive learning sort of way. CNA's do a lot of basic hands on care that you will be able to use for the rest of your nursing career.
    Don't be too concerned about documentation- it's basic stuff that, once again, you will be able to use as base knowledge as you grow in your  career.
     
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    Davey Do got a reaction from Swellz in when should i tell my manager i'm pregnant?   
    That's what I was thinking, Emergent.
    But just to be on the safe side, be sure to tell your manager you're pregnant before your water breaks.
  8. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
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    Davey Do got a reaction from shiftingtides in Pain management in nursing   
    No, this is not normal. In fact,  Flylik, this situation sounds like patient neglect/abuse and reporting it would have been an appropriately prudent action.
    I've tried to understand such behavior from nurses and have come up  with a few possibilities:
    -Apathy
    -Fear of the patient or the intervention
    -Laziness
    -A power struggle
    -A convoluted sense of righteousness
    I'm with Sour Lemon- If they have the med ordered, it's time, they want it (or in this case truly need it), GIVE THE PATIENT THE **** PAIN MED!
    Sheesh!
  13. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  14. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from Swellz in when should i tell my manager i'm pregnant?   
    That's what I was thinking, Emergent.
    But just to be on the safe side, be sure to tell your manager you're pregnant before your water breaks.
  15. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from Swellz in when should i tell my manager i'm pregnant?   
    That's what I was thinking, Emergent.
    But just to be on the safe side, be sure to tell your manager you're pregnant before your water breaks.
  16. Haha
    Davey Do got a reaction from Psychnursehopeful in Are O2 sats a vital sign?   
    Heck, roxhannah, I work inpatient psych and we count O2 sats as a VS!
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    Davey Do got a reaction from Kitiger, RN in Scope Of Practice Question   
    I second JKL's perception. If we are employed as a nurse, then we need to be able to act as a nurse.
    Once upon a time, Wrongway Regional Medical Center had housekeeping staff who also worked as sitters both on the medical and psych sides. The psych sitters were only allowed to touch the patient within the scope of their CPI training.  Nurses were allowed to, and had to act within, the scope of their nursing abilities.
    In fact, one psych LPN was written up while acting as a sitter on the medical side because she refused any "hands on".
     
  18. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  19. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  20. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  21. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from Swellz in when should i tell my manager i'm pregnant?   
    That's what I was thinking, Emergent.
    But just to be on the safe side, be sure to tell your manager you're pregnant before your water breaks.
  22. Like
    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
  23. Haha
    Davey Do got a reaction from mtnNurse., BSN in Nurses Call the Governor of Tennessee   
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    Davey Do got a reaction from zoidberg, BSN, RN in Conflict of Interest   
    With all due respect, Divine LPN, and I wish to be as objective as possible, but I'm experiencing difficulty in supporting your perception in your threads.
    Words like "conflict", frauds", "lies" and "passive aggression... dangerous to your health" which have appeared in your thread titles have caused me to look askance.
    This is an open forum for nurses to network, exchange information and ideas, and have a bit of fellowship, but I sense something else- Something like a bit of sensationalism?
    I will take full responsibility for my perception, for although I'm an allnurses' guide and a representative, I also have opinions that may not jive with those who run this train. 
    And when it's all said and done- hey- it's only my opinion.
    Respectfully submitted.
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