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RNGriffin specializes in Neuro ICU/Trauma/Emergency.

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Stop comparing your danskos with each other all morning. 'The next ones I'm gonna get are the moon and stars with the blue background.' So what! Stop socializing and get to work! Then you wonder why you're so behind!

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nynursey_ has 3 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg/ICU/Stepdown.

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I laughed so much at this one. I have a coworker who says verbatim "all fat white women do not look alike" ( this is in no way to be offensive to anyone). But' date=' we have a couple of nurses who are always confused for one another. I don't think any of them are fat! LOL[/quote']

Seriously! It'd be like me confusing every single Asian and Indian doctor for being the other, which I don't do. I really make an effort to learn their names. They, on the other hand, do not. So they end up rattling off their orders to me but really meaning to tell RN Z, not me, RN Y.

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Ok she's not dating the doctor but you're complaining about hear sex stories about the doctor. I'm just trying to figure out what you're saying.

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What she is saying is that this CNA has a vivid imagination and not only claims she is dating this doctor, but makes up elaborate stories to go with it. How they are at this fancy restaurant (while he in truth is on the floor rounding), stories about her love life with this doctor, and many other stories that could probably be on a TV show.

Hope that clears it up for you a bit.

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SionainnRN has 5 years experience and specializes in Emergency Room, Trauma ICU.

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What she is saying is that this CNA has a vivid imagination and not only claims she is dating this doctor' date=' but makes up elaborate stories to go with it. How they are at this fancy restaurant (while he in truth is on the floor rounding), stories about her love life with this doctor, and many other stories that could probably be on a TV show. Hope that clears it up for you a bit.[/quote']

Yes! Thank you. Couldn't figure out what was real and what was made up by the posts. And any grown up who actually makes up stories like this has a serious screw loose!

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bebbercorn has 10 years experience and specializes in Family practice, emergency.

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Stop praising how experienced you are. The new nurses know, or will find out soon enough who their mentors are... Let your experience speak for you rather than terrorizing a new grad.

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edmia has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency, ICU.

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Stop bringing in the smelliest lunch possible that permeates every corner of the unit and lingers for hours! Please Stop it. It makes me nauseous.

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RNGriffin specializes in Neuro ICU/Trauma/Emergency.

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Stop making up abbreviations and becoming upset when I do not understand that OOBTTC means, out of bed to the chair. urrggghhh! LOL

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nynursey_ has 3 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg/ICU/Stepdown.

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Please stop coming to refill the Pyxis at 1000 and 1800. Those are common med times on the floor. How can I pull medications for my patients if you insist on taking your sweet time refilling the cubes during the peak med hours? Just stop.

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RNGriffin specializes in Neuro ICU/Trauma/Emergency.

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Please stop coming to refill the Pyxis at 1000 and 1800. Those are common med times on the floor. How can I pull medications for my patients if you insist on taking your sweet time refilling the cubes during the peak med hours? Just stop.

I concur with this post! While I appreciate our wonderful pharm techs, they have a habit of coming a little after 1900 here.

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nynursey_ has 3 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg/ICU/Stepdown.

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I concur with this post! While I appreciate our wonderful pharm techs' date=' they have a habit of coming a little after 1900 here.[/quote']

And they don't understand what an inconvenience it is! My other beef with the pharmacy techs are when they don't bring up the medications for patient specific drawers on time. They don't understand the length of time it takes to call, process the request, and then have it sent.

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RNGriffin specializes in Neuro ICU/Trauma/Emergency.

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And they don't understand what an inconvenience it is! My other beef with the pharmacy techs are when they don't bring up the medications for patient specific drawers on time. They don't understand the length of time it takes to call, process the request, and then have it sent.

Oh, what about when you call down for the Ferritin at 1930 that's due at 2100, but they tube it at 1945 and forget to call.....Sure I'll run it( insert sarcasm)

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Clovery has 1 years experience.

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To a certain CNA: Stop spending your breaks outside smoking cigarettes and then taking extended breaks towards the end of the shift because you need to sit down because of your heart problems.

To the guilty CNA(s): The razors we have in the supply room are disposable. After you shave the patient with it, throw it away in the sharps container. Stop putting used, uncapped razors in the drawers with the other patient care items. Yesterday I almost got nicked by a Hep C patient's used razor while trying to find some lotion.

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