i thought i had a pretty good day at clinical today, until i found out that my instructor, another student, and I had been reported. It was not by my nurse for my patient, but from another nurse. My instructor wanted me to hang vancomycin for a patient receiving chemotherapy. we got the vancomycin from the med room and made our way to the patient room. We did not enter the patient room an was observing the patient for a while. The nurse then approached us. We told her what we planned on doing, and she said that the patient was still receiving chemotherapy and told us to wait 15 minutes before administering the vancomycin. We waited, and after a while, the nurse approached us and told us that the patient was not happy with us because she felt that we barged into her room and did not introduce ourselves. My instructor then asked the nurse if she wanted to give the vancomycin instead, but the nurse said it was okay for us to give the medication, so we reentered the patient room. This time we introduced ourselves to the patient, and then i proceeded with hand hygiene (sanitized hand and put on gloves) and hung the IV piggyback with my instructor. My instructor conversed with the patient, who also is an RN, because they discovered that they used to work at the same hospital on the same unit. After that, we said goodbye and left.looking back, i realize that i should have performed hand hygiene upon entering the patient's room before introducing myself. That was my fault. I was thinking i would introduce myself to the patient first (because she was upset that we did not do so when we were observing her), then perform hand hygiene.The nurse had reported that we did not check the patient's chart before giving the vancomycin, so we did not know that the chemo was still running. But it was not my patient. We received the okay from the charge nurse to administer the vancomycin to prepare us for our practicum. The hand hygiene was reported, which i understand. She also reported that we did not introduce ourselves to the patient.I am also wondering if she reported me for not doing well with administering the vancomycin. She was sitting in the patient's room watching me as i was administering it, which made me even more nervous, because i felt like she was looking for another reason to report me.My question is what is going to happen to me. My university was also notified, so I am wondering if i am going to be kicked out of the program, and if my instructor is going to get in trouble because of it. I feel terrible! Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you!