Hey guys I have a question / situation that I would like your honest feedback on. We were on the floor for clinical and one of my fellow classmates was having a bit of a rough patch with a Doctors writing aka instructions specific to a patients care. She went to ask her clinical instructor and she was not available at that moment so she went to ask the primary nurse on the floor who flew though the instructions and walked off (now she is starting to feel panic and over her head). Now she is frustrated but keeps on trying. The instructor came back and then brow beat her for asking the primary nurse any questions and basically tells her she should understand and sees no big deal. At this point communication has all but shut down so the instructor tells her "you are wasting my time" (now the few of use that are around are in shock and are not being very good friends because we are running for cover). The student they says I am sorry and turns to walk away and the instructor reaches up, grabs her pony tail and pulls her back. (yup no exaggeration) Now at this point I would have blown up but my fellow student to her credit just said she was sorry again and listened to the lecture (which made no sense:banghead: ). I know we all have those days and but really? I don't know that she will say anything because of fear of repercussions. What do you think or any advice? Some background we are in the 2nd semester of our JR year in a 4 yr BSN program. This is the Med Surg rotation and the student is really easy going and I would guess rank in the upper 25% of our class. Thanks!