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  • Telling a doctor something you believe they need to know about your patient.
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  • Unless your patient is dying, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 don’t interrupt.
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    • Cut them some slack.

Menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 (Yes, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 I know all the comments: they knew what they were getting into when they went into medicine, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 they get paid to get calls at 0400, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 yadda…yadda…yadda.

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  • Understand that the odds of this occuring decrease with each year that passes. Menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 Doctors and nurses have a different relationship today.
  • While it is happening:
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  • If it happens to a co-worker
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    • It is really hard to be abusive to a person with a crowd of support around them.
Now for those of you who are stuck in an OR with a possibly not-so-nice surgeon for hours on end, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 I have no advice, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 having no experience in that area. Menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 I will say that I have heard that neurosurgeons have a rather dismal reputation for OR ettiquette.Given the nature of the work, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 it’s probably understandable. Menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 But take heart, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 you neurosurgical nurses, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 I just read that Dr. Menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 Sanjay Gupta, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00 MD, menosan 30 tablet bottle $161.00H.U.N.K of Time Magazine and CNN is now a board-certified neurosurgeon.

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  • NPs Save Lives
    NPs Save Lives

    August 18, 2006 at 5:41 am

    Excellent post! You hit the nail right on the head. I try to wait until people are finished speaking before I interrupt also. I also try to have all of the info ready prior to calls. It makes me look more professional.

  • Mother Jones RN
    Mother Jones RN

    August 18, 2006 at 7:54 am

    You make excellent points on how to improve communicate with physicians. I think most physicians, like nurses, are feeling overwhelmed by the health care system. Your pointers bring down communication barriers that add to a physician’s stress, and promote good patient care.

  • TC

    August 18, 2006 at 9:39 am

    Good post, as usual. They’re not too much you can do in the OR if they’re operating, but cutting open a living person is pretty stressful. Things you should never take in the OR-threats, throwing things and being careless with the sharps. I got stabbed with a bloody scalpel once-not nice, fortunately the patient was cooperative about getting blood tests done.

  • birdy

    August 18, 2006 at 10:33 am

    That is really good advice! I’m sure I’ll think about it a lot–I’m starting my preceptorship in a few weeks!

  • Dawn

    August 18, 2006 at 1:47 pm

    Thanks Kim – I start my last round of clinicals in ten days, and I’ll heed this advice!

    Birdy – good luck w/your preceptorship! Mine will be (hopefully) in November!

  • ltaylor

    August 18, 2006 at 2:45 pm

    Well, well, well….and I thought I was the only one who had a little “thing” for the good doctor. He could peek into my brain anytime!!

  • Too Fat 4 Ponies
    Too Fat 4 Ponies

    August 19, 2006 at 8:10 am

    Great post! I’m definitely referring some of my fellow students to read this post.

    Sorry. Dr. Gupta does nothing for me.


  • Melissa

    August 19, 2006 at 8:58 pm

    Unless I’m trapped, I simply walk away if a doctor becomes abusive. They can vent to the wall all they want.

  • scan man
    scan man

    August 20, 2006 at 5:04 am

    Great post Kim.
    I would like your permission to copy & print the advice to nurses and circulate it to my hospital’s nursing staff and student nurses.

  • lpn dave
    lpn dave

    August 20, 2006 at 10:07 am

    Thanks this is very good information to keep in mind for future nurses. Communication is key and this information is a good tool to assist with that.

  • Intelinurse2b

    August 20, 2006 at 4:27 pm

    Am I a geek if I print this out and post it somewhere it can be studied and memorized?

    Great advice!

  • fatdoctor

    August 20, 2006 at 4:39 pm

    May I add a comment or three?
    1) When a doc does not respond when you interrupt her, it helps if you cry out “Code Blue!”

    2) Once a doctor was extremely, extremely rude to me. I responded, “You have a right to correct me, but you do not have a right to use foul language while doing it.” Sounded fair to me. He called my attending to complain about me!

    3) When still a unit secretary, Sister, now an MD, asked a physician to please stop touching her breast. I think it is fair to interrupt the physician’s work when he is touching your breasts (as a side note, her supervisor told her she should NEVER talk to Dr. Famous-Surgeon that way).

    Otherwise, your rules are applicable in every career in every field. Manners are good.

  • Prisca

    August 20, 2006 at 7:56 pm

    This post is brilliant–I am printing it out and putting it on my clipboard for clinicals. Your blog is so inspiring and full of great stuff-I fear I will be here all night reading…

  • […] I recently posted a missive here on Emergiblog with my ideas about How To Talk To Doctors. I knew I had read a post addressing the same issue, but could not remember when or by whom. […]

  • Greg P
    Greg P

    August 24, 2006 at 2:07 pm

    Interesting to see the similarity between your post and mine:

  • missbhavens

    August 24, 2006 at 2:54 pm

    Superb post!

    …bursting into tears…my instant emotional-overload reaction.

    Must learn to curb that.

  • ThirdDegreeNurse

    August 25, 2006 at 4:03 pm

    Great post, Kim! They should teach us this stuff in nursing school. But, alas. Not a word.

    All the docs I’ve dealt with so far have treated me with respect — not necessarily immediately, but after a few hours of observing me.

    Now, how about a post on dealing with immature, catty, gossippy, intimidating nurses? You know — the kind who eat student nurses for lunch? Oh..maybe I should write that one.

  • scalpel

    August 26, 2006 at 12:41 am

    Great advice! I can manage a dozen patients at once, but if I’m in the middle of writing something or on the phone with another physician, I really prefer to get to a good stopping point before I want to hear anything that isn’t immediately life-threatening.

  • NurseFran

    September 20, 2006 at 10:58 am

    Great tips, for additional communication help I have taught students and nursing staff to use SBAR technique. This way they sound confident and competant from the start.
    S-Situation (why you are calling or speaking)
    B-Background (significant clinical past)
    A-Assessment (what the nurse actually thinks)
    R-Reccommendation (state what you are asking for)
    Our physicians love it and they have adopted SBAR for their hand off communication.

  • San Diego NP
    San Diego NP

    July 19, 2007 at 10:51 am

    Good tips overall….but still, as a fellow clinician, I cannot understand why the “great divide” still exists between MD/PA/NP/RN/MA….and the list goes on. The reality is that we are all an integral part of the healthcare delivery system, regardless of our hour worked or money earned. I believe that any well trained RN/NP can communicate efficiently with their colleagues if they use a “SOAP” format, prepare in advance what they are going to say, and make sure to familiarize themselves with the situation prior to calling….the reality is that we are ALL overworked, over stressed, and in some ways, underpaid….and we should all be PROFESSIONALLY CIVIL with each other regardless of specialty or expertise…. when we associate on an equal playing field, collaboration and team work will offer our patients the BEST of care.

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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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