I am a new graduate nurse and on my own for 3 months now and still learning. A week or 2 weeks ago, I had been assigned to a small bowel obstruction patient. At bedside report from PM shift the RN told me that the patient had some emesis and was given zofran which helped him. I didn't question the nurse about how much the patient's emesis was and if the doctor was notified. Since he was given zofran, he was fine after that. So, I monitor the patient and he did not have any symptoms of nausea/vomiting overnight. The next morning I did a bedside report with one of the nurse, thinking everything was okay. Well, I got spoken to by the educator about the importance of asking all these important questions while getting report. It didn't occur to me at the time when getting the report to ask these questions (how much and if md was notified and if any new orders were given). This nurse likes to bully new graduate nurse. She likes to report us to the educator instead of given us tips and advice. I rather work as a team and help me become better at asking questions rather than getting it from the educator 1-2 weeks later. She's one that likes to complain about everyone at work. It can be stressful and makes me feel like a loser. Now I'm questioning myself if I will ever become good at asking the right questions during bedside report. This is how I am feeling right now. The educator will be talking to the PM nurse about giving good bedside report, too. So, should I let this incident go and learn from it or should I discuss this with the department supervisor about it and see if there's anything that can help me become better at asking the right questions?