Time for a restraining order.
I have had med students do all four of those things to me. Well, except for the earrings bit, cuz I don't wear earrings. Once a med student stood over me, watching me write an EMG report, because, "OMG, I never saw a real EMG report before!!!!"
Oh dear. I definitely watch people write notes... you see, I'm a 1st year and am still learning how to write notes, so it's super beneficial to see how it's done! Still, maybe I'd better back off. I have, however, never followed a preceptor into the bathroom or added them to FB, however.
Oops, subtract that last however.
I'm pretty sure everyone follows their resident into the bathroom at least once.
Fizzy- it discourages them if you then test the EMG machine on them. Especially if the needle is the same one you just used on a patient.
Yep, guilty of following the resident to the bathroom. However in my defense, she never told me where she was going, and would yell at me if I wasn't right there when she wanted me for something. Sometimes you just can't win.And also guilty of friending residents on fb. Only a couple of them that I actually became friends with outside of the hospital too, though.
I had a preceptor add me.....felt a little awkward.
Ha ha! Okay, now I might be (might be) guilty of three of those, but I never once followed a resident into the bathroom...I just had to go too.
What happens if a resident sends you a friend request on facebook?
LOL. Earrings: nopeNote taking: nopeLoo walks: almostFB: not in a million years.
To be fair, I once had a preceptor walk into the bathroom, and when I DIDN'T follow him, he turned around and said, "well, come on. I have something to show you." Mind you, he is a male and I am a female. . . .it turned out there was a sign in the bathroom that he wanted to show me. Nerve-wracking moment, I didn't know where things were going for a second. Point is, it's not just students with the boundary problem.