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  1. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    You also obviously missed my point too.. Which is the patient-nurse interaction is also useful to promoting positive nurse-nurse interaction... One transcends the other and one builds off the other and leads to more success in the other.
  2. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    I don't think it was thinly veiled, I have been pretty direct which is why admin removed some of my posts. But needless to say, the OP is wrong, and so is everyone defending him. Veiled attempt... There is nothing latent about my approach to stimulate thoughtful engagement. How do u define nursing...does the ing part at the end of nurse imply the act of being a nurse? You are right... I don't no what nursing is... I am preparing to be a nurse
  3. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Actually you are misrepresenting the OPs post. He said close the curtain and either step in or step out... This after putting the student on the spot
  4. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    One would be journal of creative nursing... Ebsco coaching vs supervision... Il get back to you with IOM; however, a common theme across various nursing landscapes is to avoid environments of shaming and blaming, etc... I would suggest do this or get out is shaming. And, as a previous poster elucidated, patients under care are their patients for that time... Same applies to a student under supervision, with that said, a nurse should extend equal sensitivity to the student as he/she would to a patient. Although I am currently a student, I had a career prior to nursing and I am also educated, which qualifies me to bring some life experience to the thread table.
  5. phoenoryker

    West Coast University

    No, actually, people are bashing programs like this because they exploit people for money, indirectly cause decreased nursing wages, flood the market, reduce nursing and nursing school credibility....that's why.
  6. phoenoryker

    west coast university / male nursing student

    I read your other posts, pretty clever marketing I must say. Best of luck
  7. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Point of reference, some of my posts may be a little confusing because I am one or two cognitive levels above a gerbil... So I apologize if some of you like ersne12(sorry if I didn't spell that correctly, like I said only one or two above) can't feel them
  8. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Can somebody explain to me, in the interest of learning, why it makes sense to say perform this or step out? And if those were the options, are people in agreement that the student should have interjected with option 3... Observation??? I'm just curious. I realize that this thread has been beaten from the US down into China, but I would like to know someone's thoughts. And I am curious if anyone puts any credence into the IOMs and various other academic journals regarding coaching in lieu of supervising... Gotta love evidence based philosophy regarding advanced practice nursing and clinical leadership.... And being that the future scope of nursing practice is way beyond nursing skills, do you guys think focusing on this type of stuff reinforces the publics view that nurses wipe peoples asses
  9. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    One more thing... If the OPs intent was to facilitate a learning environment, the alternative to perform this skill, wouldn't be close the curtain on your way out. I'm sure the OP offered that part for climactic element to his post, but if that was an actual scenario, it was a poor decision...bottom line. Now stop arguing that it wasn't, or we will be forced to open up discussions regarding universal minimum educational requirements for nurses.
  10. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Dudette 10... They aren't your patients, you don't own them... And you need to remember how litigious this country is.... Precedence is set with first times, and there is a first time for everything.
  11. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    My different angle was just meant to spruce up a little out of the box direction to the post... The way I see it , how many times can we say that the OP took advantage of an opportunity to educate , and in doing so, became an awesome nurse for nursing students everywhere... Or, the obvious, the OP put a student in a precarious spot of furthering skills at the risk of possible dismissal to a program. Essentially, how many different ways can we say the same thing... So I brought the gender issue into the post, to break up the monotony...Oops, what was I thinking, that's not a real world issue right. And to the person that said the OP is a male blah, blah, blah.... Yeah, males never take advantage of opportunities to try and put other males on the spot
  12. phoenoryker

    CNA: Best Career Path To Becoming A Nurse

    I am happy your mother is supportive, and know that whichever road you take doesn't matter as long as you wind up at your destination. For me, I am a career changer, so I am going to start off with a MSN and zero experience. But, I don't think my degree puts me above CNA work, so I will be perfectly content doing whatever work I can get while I put myself through a doctorate program in mental health. Best of luck and never stop believing in yourself! I would take people with heart on my team over any other quality out there.
  13. phoenoryker

    CNA: Best Career Path To Becoming A Nurse

    With the history of success in your family, how did your leaving U of F go?
  14. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Sorry guys, as a new nursing student I'm suppose to internalize all the words to formulate my critical thoughts... So I am picking on the word "he" in the OPs post. Developing my skills so to speak, you feel me???
  15. phoenoryker

    Some of Us Are Trying to Help You...

    Wow OP... You really showed that male nursing student who the boss is...everyone covered all the bases during their replies, so I am going to bring in a new angle. Did you do that because the student was a male...and if so, how did your test make you feel
  16. phoenoryker

    Sticky situation .. What would you do?

    Where is this thread now going... Put the train back on the tracks.... I admire you for keeping your composure in the response. Get your points back!!