I'm done. Like, I just honestly don't care anymore about my job. It's really sad because I've only been working as a nurse for 8 months and at this point I'm so burnt out on my job it's scary.Last night I received a critical lab value on a pt. in the waiting room--HgB of 5. Pt. is dizzy, tachy, very symptomatic. I tell charge RN who says to bring back a stable pt. instead of her. I advocate for pt. It's my job. I reassess pt. Talk to MD, see if other beds are open. Charge finds out that I am doing this and yells at me in lobby in front of pts and staff.I state I wouldn't change what I'm doing because I'm advocating for pt. And that's my job, period. He comes back 10 minutes later to yell more and change assignments because he finds me annoying in this one, always advocating for pts to be moved to main ER (pts. who need chest tubes, have airways swelling shut, etc). Is this normal? I stood up for myself both times, wrote up incident report, talked to manager of department, but I have no desire to go back to this place and be demeaned again for doing what I feel is my job. If I was wrong about pt. to bring back--fine--but tell me in private, don't yell in public. I'm new, I'm learning. I get that.