…nurses think that parents are not present in the room or even in the care of the child. When one thing grinds on me is that when people step on parental toes. Example, Lennon receives a breakfast tray and needs to be encouraged to eat the food. While we do not stop him from eating chips, we do set the rules of when and how many throughout he day. If it means saying, “you will get your chips after you eat the yogurt (or whatever)”. No instead, some nurses think that if the child asks for a bag of chips 8 o’clock in the morning, its ok for the child to have that.
The other thing is that when the child has meds do, when you are called away, come back to finish the rest of the medications. Don’t let the parent come after you to do your job, lord it isn’t that complicated, or let the parent do it in the first place. It really burns me up when something is started, and then not finished. It isn’t like a piece of art where you can do that with.
I have friends that are nurses and I generally like nurses if they are given thought to the parents and some considerations.