Tell her that the radiologist hasn't read the films yet.
Explain that we don't provide results and tell her to call the ordering doctor.
Tell her you will fax the results to the ER department
Pull up the films and give her a diagnosis, but tell her it is your non-professional opinion
Accessing your own results in Cerner.
Discussing patient information in the hallway.
Being aware of a breach but failing to report it to your supervisor.
Accessing records of your dependant children.
All of the above.
A), c) and d) only.
Arriving at work at the shift start time.
Following the sick call protocol if you are sick and unable to come to work.
Starting your shift 10 minutes late and staying an extra 10 minutes late to make it up.
Keeping records of skipped breaks in order to go home early.
All of the above.
Respect in the Workplace policy 5.4.4P
Catholic Health Care Guide
SJGH DI Safety Manual
Complain to your co-workers.
Remind your co-worker that this is a Scents-Free workplace and some people are very sensitive to smells.
B) & d)
Refer the matter to your supervisor
Leave an annonomous note on their locker.
Physicians and nurses
Every human being
DI Staff members
Listen but don't participate, because as long as you don't join in you are not part of it.
Yell at them and tell them they are horrible people.
Tell your supervisor.
Join in, you've just heard some juicy gossip you can add.
Tell them that gossip and negativity is not good for department morale.
OT is not paid for missed breaks.
OT must be approved beforehand by your supervisor/manager.
OT can be used to leave early on a subsequent shift at your discretion.
All of the above.
A) and b) only
Tell the caller that you do not tolerate abuse and ask them to call back when they have calmed down.
Refer the caller to your supervisor, manager or radiologist.
Tell the doctor you can read or fax the policy in question to him/her if it would be helpful.
Any of the above would be acceptable.
Earrings with a matching bracelet.
Your employee ID card on a Coors Light lanyard.
Your wedding band etched with your and your partner's initials.
French tip nail extensions
A watch with a plain band.
None of the above.
Say "I don't know" or "I can't really say"
Say "I saw him there, but don't know anything about it"
Hint that your neighbor should watch the news for further "interesting developments"
Join in on the gossip.
Refer the matter to a supervisor.
Stand close enough to the group to eavesdrop, but not close enough to be part of the group.
Stand near the group and loudly ask co-worker if she needs help.
Politely remind the gossiping co-workers to conduct their discussion during breaks or outside the workplace.
Jeans only on approved days.
Sweat pants/yoga pants
A) and c)
A t-shirt that shows off your new belly button jewelry
Personal phones are to be turned off during work hours unless required as part of your work.
Personal phones may be used during breaks only.
Personal phones may be used if you are expecting an emergency call and have made arrangements with your supervisor.
Personal phones may be used to check email only.
It is permissible to take photographs with your cell phone at work as long as it is done discretely.
Refer the matter to the supervisor.
Politely remind the co-worker to conduct their personal business during breaks or outside the workplace.
Complain to your other co-workers.
Take over your co-worker's duties while they are on the phone and say nothing.
Explain the situation to the patient's nurse and tell her you cannot perform the procedure at this time. Have the nurse call to have the procedure done once the patient has calmed down.
Do not speak to the patient, just get the procedure done and leave.
Be as polite and professional as possible and perform the procedure.
Tell the patient they are being rude and you will not perform the procedure until they shut up.
Both a) and c) are acceptable.