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Thread: RTF TERRIBLE distraction / but I love it

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    Default RTF TERRIBLE distraction / but I love it

    So I've come to the conclusion, while sitting here not paying attention to a nursing process lecture that may/may not be important, that RTF is as bad or worse of a distraction than Facebook or other such media. Anyone else had issues with this and know of a solid fix, a modified bark collar perhaps? Garmin reps out there?

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    Well, one thing to hope is that your instructor or professor doesn't own a retriever and is a RTF participant.....
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    Something as important as health care, with the responsibility of other peoples lives, I believe I would be paying attention to your lecture, especially if your on the clock. How's that bite ya?

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    Eh it's review basically, I've done more careplans than I care to count. And I only wish I got paid for this. And I think I'm safe on the instructor being a RTF participant, or spending much time outdoors for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Nichols View Post
    Eh it's review basically, I've done more careplans than I care to count. And I only wish I got paid for this. And I think I'm safe on the instructor being a RTF participant, or spending much time outdoors for that matter.
    My wife is in nursing school and I've proofread more careplans than I care to count... I feel a little of your pain.
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    You are lucky you can have look while working if that is what your are doing They have cut back us having electronics at work or looking on the computer. Things have gotten busier and our work loads have increased. Little time for anything else in nursing but work. This may not be a bad thing especially considering what our job is about. I was going to add RTF is a great distraction and fun to be on! You never know what the posts are going to be about or how the threads will take shape. Expectations from some! Always interesting! Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Tome View Post
    Well, one thing to hope is that your instructor or professor doesn't own a retriever and is a RTF participant.....
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