If anyone can give me some information out there, I would really appreciate it. I work in a weight loss clinic and mainly prescribe phentermine. I have worked there for 2 1/2 years and the atmosphere of the office was always very positive. My supervising physician was always very supportive of us and if we had a dispute over whether a certain pt was appropriate for phentermine or not, he would always let us make the decision for ourselves whether we wanted to prescribe to a certain pt or not. In the past 6 months everything has changed. It might be something that has nothing to do with us (like something in his personal life), but he has adapted this "my way or the highway" kind of attitude. If I feel uncomfortable prescribing phentermine to a pt because of something in that pt's previous medical history, and he does not agree with it, he pretty much says that he knows better than I do (bc he is a physician), and if I don't like it I can just get a new job. In fact, he said that very thing to me about 3 days ago. I should also tell you that I am 7 months pregnant, so even if I wanted to get another job right now, I couldn't (or it would be VERY difficult). Do I have any rights here? I work in an "at will" state, so I think he can pretty much get rid of me for any reason. I should also tell you that I am not a troublemaker (other than trying to stand up for myself when it comes to doing something I feel uncomfortable with), and I have a good work ethic, and everyone in the clinic likes me. There is really no reason for him to be trying to get rid of me other than this issue. Any advice would be appreciated.