I’m not a trouble maker I just take after my crazy daddy shirt, gildan hoodie
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Maybe I am rare in some of this and I have worked with nurses like you describe. I did find out that nurses have a lot more to do than I ever realized and that if they look busy they are. I’m not a trouble maker I just take after my crazy daddy. The fact is that in a nursing home the nurses serve as nurses and as the physician’s eyes and ears.
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Then perhaps your a rare and good RN. However we have our license on the line as well. And where I come from a nurse will manipulate the situation ao they are not at fault. I’m not a trouble maker I just take after my crazy daddy. The blame rolls down hill. And do you know what a CNA is responsible for? Here it’s never 4 to 24. 2 to 3 depending on the shift.
You have one or 2 med passes they have 1 to 2 meal times plus dressing, bed changes, transfers, repositioning, toileting or broef changing over and over again. And for what a third of the credit a third of the pay a third of the appreciation. So where I come from it is a pretty blanket statement. The families see it. Most RN’s here act like they ride in and out on a tall white horse to good to get down to do anything but here’s your meds. In fact CNA’s are trained not to even speak to an RN unless there is a crisis.
Hope you have a nice time in here!
We do rely on the CNAs because they have the most patient contact, but it’s not because we’re lazy. We actually do have a lot to do. Charting is vital, so if I’m sitting at the nurses station, I’m charting or on the phone. I answer call lights because I don’t want to have a resident fall any more than you do. Funny shirts. I also do a lot of charting after I punch out because the places I’ve worked were terrible about OT and the paperwork is as important as everything else. Nevertheless, I love being a nurse. I don’t just love the paycheck, to me that’s a bonus for getting to do what I love.
You really need to stop using “you nurses” as a catch all and “most of you.” You don’t know how “most” nurses feel about their job. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. If I won the lottery, I would still continue working as a nurse because it is what I love. Having said all that, I hope that you get the opportunity to work with nurses who treat you as you should be treated, with respect and appreciation. And maybe if you shadowed a nurse you’d understand their position better, as well.
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