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@jakedduck1

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I think if the nurse wants to know something specific she should ask it in a direct manner. Not only to prevent repetitive answers that may not give her the information she is seeking it may end up wasting valuable time that could be utilized more productively.
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In these times, I find my providers using a voice activated electronic scribe during an appointment. The scribe is taking down the notes for the visit. So, that may also be a reason the question is repeated each time.
Ginger

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@jakedduck

Hello!
Today I spoke with my psychiatric nurse practitioner. She asked if I found a new therapist. I was very happy to say yes. I must get counselling to see her. She didn't seem to like where I am going but tough on her. I have valid reasons of choosing that place.

Laurie

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