I am not an over charter and I rarely have to stay over at the end of my shift to finish charting. I am actually getting flack from some of my peers because of it. They stay over 1-2 hours every shift finishing triple charting and they are getting in trouble for overtime .They say I make them look bad. I wonder if I am charting enough? I work in PACU where assessments and vitals are taken and charted every 15 minutes. If I give medication between the 15 minutes section, I don't make another assessment because I chart the pain score at say 1500, then the MAR reflects that I gave medication at 1505 , I don't make another assessment at 1505 to state I gave medication and then again at 1515 for the regular time column. Do I need to do that much charting? Is the MAR not enough to show that I did something? Coworkers tell me that every time I do an intervention I have to chart it, but is the MAR not enough? I mean some of them make 60 entries PER hour if titrating drips. Seems ridiculous. What do you think?