So we have this CNA in our ICU. We love her. She loves the patients. She's a very hard worker. But she's also spread very thin. 18 bed ICU with one CNA. She's seriously phenomenal until you do something that isn't her way. We we don't use diapers in our ICU due to the skin breakdown they can cause so instead what she does is get soakers and basically makes diapers out of them. I've asked her several times why I don't like to use them on my patients and she refuses to comply. I've spoke with a couple nurses about it and they say, "well if you want her help, then you have to do it her way." She even went on a tirade recently yelling out loud, "this is the ICU. This is how it's done." Quite disrespectful and not taking into account that I've been an ICU nurse my entire career and also an ICU tech before then. But my question is, shouldn't we do what is best for our patients? How can I manage this and make sure my patients skin is taken care of! I need her help but I also am a big proponent of best practice. I haven't really been able to find any articles supporting my cause to present to her so any and all advice would be greatly appreciated!