“Hi! I’ve noticed during shift charge that you’ve exhibited X,Y,Z behaviour. I just wanted to check in to see if you’re doing ok or if this is a strictly professional issue. What are your thoughts?”


Here’s how I call out people who interrupt my report constantly: “Please hold your questions until I’m done.” And I repeat it, like a broken record, every time they interrupt. I have had to say it multiple times in a single sitting before they get the point and stfu. Bullies will continue to do this to derail you, so that you look like an incompetent fool when you stumble getting back to giving report, it’s intentional.


"you can go to the charge nurse if you have an issue with my care, charge already knows about xyz." She sounds like a pain in the rear


Ohh this line always works for me...use it the first time she begins her rudeness: “OK, My anxiety goes up when I see that you will be the one who takes my report. We seem to have gotten off on the wrong foot. We both know how difficult this job is, there is no reason to be rude and unprofessional to your fellow coworker, we’re al in the same boat. So from this pint on, I won’t tolerate rudeness, and I will only answer questions at the end of report”


Thank you!!


I like Kami Orange, the boundary phrases coach on TikTok. She has great lines for non-threatening ways to tell someone that their behavior is crossing the line.


I was just about to make the same post. It really upset me this time. I am not really sure what to do. I’ll probably call her out next time. And maybe report it to my manager


I just tell the same thing the poster above said. If you have issues with something report it to the charge nurse or CNO and I'll discuss with them and I say like it I don't have a single fuck to give...because I don't. The only problem with people like this is they will go make you look bad behind your back and I could do the same if I reported all their little mishaps n shit I just don't care to do that. They do make the job insufferable at times though.