When I was a resident, we took call from home. Considering we had to work the entire next day after being on call, the attendings would tell the nursing staff that they shouldn't page us in the middle of the night about unimportant things that could wait till morning. But they still did, because that's life.
A few of us were complaining about it during lunch one day, and an attending sitting near us in the cafeteria overheard. She came over to us and said, "The nurses shouldn't be paging you about unimportant things like that."
"I'd like you to write down every single page you get every time you're on call," she told us. "And then hand it in to me.
"You mean just the inappropriate pages?" I asked.
"No, all of the pages," she said.
"When it's 2 in the morning, you want us to find a piece of paper and write down what the page we just got was for??" a flabbergasted resident asked.
I get that she was trying to help and meant well, but creating extra work for residents in the middle of the night was not helpful. We might have been more on board if we thought there was absolutely any chance that this measure would result in any changes. The nurses didn't respect this attending any more than we did.
Needless to say, none of us started writing down every single page we got.