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  1. GOD DAMN YOU STELLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111111 STELLAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. What about us nurses who are bombarded with med administration on a specific time otherwise we will be written up, a family calling to ask about the pt and all along a patient coding and there is no one to help us with any of this? Who is putting themselves in our shoes???

  3. During my eMT clinicals in the ER, I’ve seen both of these types of nurses. About 3/4 of them were like the one in the second video, fortunately.

  4. my god, ur acting is on point! the non-therapeutic approach represents about 90% of the nurses where i work! lmao

    also, not to nit-pick, but i wouldn’t entirely categorize the second half of the vid as therapeutic. For instance, when a patient gives you their numeric pain level during pain med assessment, u then ought to ask, "and are you comfortable at a [insert numeric pain level?]"

    and then when they ask if u can help them to beside commode, i think you could simply say, "absolutely, and how’d the pain med treat you?" then ask what their pain level is, instead of saying "sure, BUT. . ." : )

    then when u tell her "those would be good questions for dr. smith" u sort of deflected her concerns. I think saying soething like, "it sounds like ur concerned about when you’ll get to see your kids again, and how long you’ll be staying here." would have been an approrpriate follow-up statement

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