"Forced" feeding has no place in a public school, and making someone get a lunch that they're not going to eat has some moral implications as well.
If they're just being picky, well, the hunger experience should be a good teacher.
Jedrnurse replied to MsNurse1997's topic in School
It seems that this "addendum" would need to be in the main order section (as a flag) in order to have a chance to be seen. Having it separate from the order and consent that say you can give the meds doesn't make sense.
Jedrnurse replied to SilverBells's topic in Nursing
I think that this is a side issue, ie the socio-economic aspect of the post that you're referring to.
We ALL know of nightmare patients and patient families that will resist every attempt at resolving issues. They simply gain too much from their...
I work in a private school in which (to put it nicely) the organization blurs the lines between job and personal life. They use walkie-talkies for dismissal coordination, but during the day they rely on staff calling each other (or t...
Jedrnurse replied to RuralMOSchoolRN's topic in School
I find the saline spray bottles work fine. Plus, they're cheaper and there's no chance of an allergy issue. I distract the little ones by explaining to them how close saline is to the "recipe" of their blood...
Jedrnurse replied to FutureRNMatt's topic in Nursing
Like in almost any other situation, a lot will depend on how well managed the facility is. If you're looking for the most exposure to skilled nursing issues, e.g. dressings, tube feeding, equipment etc, a SNF will generally be better for you.
Jedrnurse replied to Nurse Beth's topic in Nurse Beth
Many hospitals have (already employed) nurses who are on waiting lists to switch to days. The OP should think about that as well.
I 100% agree with you that this could be interpreted as a bait-and-switch. The OP is applying for a nights position...