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Top 10 things nurses have GOT to stop doing at work

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7. Stop being rude.
One would think this would be an automatic, but apparently, like table manners, regular manners have also flown out the window. What ever happened to “May I help you?” instead of “Dud, you need something?” Being polite leaves a much more profound impression on your patients and their family members. And when a patient is satisfied with being treated with respect, it makes you as well as your facility look good.

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Rachael Rainer
Rachael Rainer is a thirty-something LPN in Mississippi working the night shift. You can find more of her writing on her blog: rebelgirllpn.blogspot.com/ and get her Twitter feed at twitter.com/Rebelgirl1978.

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