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10 Things You Should Stop Complaining About in Nursing

Adam Starr | NursingLink


Shift Supervisor/Manager

You may not love your boss. You may not even like your boss. As important as this fact is to you, it doesn’t mean that the entire hospital wants to hear about it. In a perfect world, you would harmonize with all of your fellow nurses. In this world, you don’t need to be friends with your shift supervisor to work together professionally. Minimize the personal distractions and focus on the larger issues of achieving quality patient care.

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If you don’t want to have a boss, why not explore your other options like working as a consulting nurse? Or virtual nursing? Ever considered starting your own business? If things pan out, perhaps you can quit your old job and work for yourself. Who knows, maybe one day you will become the boss and have the opportunity to see what it’s like to have your subordinates complain about you and your management style.

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