Write a 150 words for your initial response. Your first response is due by midn

Write a 150 words for your initial response. Your first response is due by midnight of the second day of the unit. Provide links to the resources you used to conduct your research. You must respond to at least two other classmates on a separate day by midnight of the last day of the unit for full credit. While you can be supportive of your peers by saying, “I agree” or “Wow, I never thought of that”, these statements alone are not sufficient, you must explain why. Answer the question(s) below: You’ve been hired by Central Hospital for your first job as a phlebotomist. You start next Monday, but first you need to read the employee handbook, which includes a description of personal characteristics for the successful phlebotomist. Dependability? Check—you’ve been holding down a steady job for more than 2 years. Positive attitude? Check—your nickname at the warehouse is “Can do.” Professional appearance? Uh-oh—no piercings, no visible tattoos, no artificial nails. You’ve got them all. When Monday rolls around, what should you do? Forget about the job? Tell your supervisor, “This is me—deal with it”? What would you do? Why?
Write a 150 words for your initial response. Your first response is due by midnight of the second day of the unit. Provide links to the resources you used to conduct your research. You must respond to at least two other classmates on a separate day by midnight of the last day of the unit for full credit. While you can be supportive of your peers by saying, “I agree” or “Wow, I never thought of that”, these statements alone are not sufficient, you must explain why. Answer the question(s) below: It’s midday at City Center Hospital, and your next draw is for Thomas Phelps in room 322. As you enter room 322, you see the patient sitting up in bed. You greet him. You ask his name, and he replies: “I’m Tommy Phelps.” You then check the ID band on his wrist—the number matches the number on the requisition form. When you ask him to state his date of birth, he says, “June 14, 1985”—but the requisition gives the date of birth as July 14, 1985. Can you go ahead and draw? Please explain the potential consequences. What would you do to correct this?
Write a 150 words for your initial response. Your first response is due by midnight of the second day of the unit. Provide links to the resources you used to conduct your research. You must respond to at least two other classmates on a separate day by midnight of the last day of the unit for full credit. While you can be supportive of your peers by saying, “I agree” or “Wow, I never thought of that”, these statements alone are not sufficient, you must explain why. Answer the question(s) below: You are working the morning shift at Bayview Walk-in Clinic. You call your next patient, Latisha Williams, from the waiting room. She hands you a requisition from her physician at the clinic, indicating she needs to have her serum glucose level checked. You ask her to sit down. As you collect your red-top tube and multisample needle, you notice she is looking a little nervous, so you try to calm her by chatting about the weather. As you begin to apply the tourniquet, she looks even more afraid. Suddenly she says, “Stop! Don’t stick me with that needle! They never did that before!” What would you do?