November 10, 2017 7:13pm CST
Good Saturday morning to us all. Last night, my level 3 nursing students brought a rough draft of their case presentation here in our house. I have to check their output before they print the final manuscript. They took the patient's case from surgery ward under the patronising colleague. The colleague should be the one to check the draft but my students preferred me. They know the attitude of the colleague. I will log in on desktop later but please excuse me for a couple of hours because I have to edit, proofread, and check the rough draft.
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yes that should be, but still, i hope the activities of teachers will temporarily stop once they step out of the school premises. we should be relaxed at home. this one is an exception. their former CI did not even want to check their output, and they are for the grand case presentation.
yes kabsat. this colleague is also KSP. the whole day yesterday, she was always with Miss CC, talking to her all the time, as if she does not want me and CC be together. i left them alone, even when we were about to leave. CC called out for me but i just nodded. CC knows the attitude of this condescending colleague. she is the CI of the students who will present their case next Friday
yes i am. they know that i could get angry if they do not do their responsibilities. but they tell me that it is only me and Miss CC who require them to write the nurses' notes while that colleague and another male colleague don't. they say they like to have their duty under me because they have mush to learn
it is the responsibility of the clinical instructor of the ward they got the patient.they should still be guided because they are students. i did not do their work, they just wanted me to critique their output. if you can magnify the image i presented here, you will see that i have many questions and recommendations written. why, when you were a student, did you not seek assistance from your professors? in letran? no, i don't need a treat. that is tantamount to being favored over the other instructors.