During your shift, you notice your preceptor is intoxicated. What do you do?
A question is asking me that what would I do if I notice my preceptor is intoxicated, I would be the first thing I would do is to ensure that he's okay. And then I would ask him to take a day off to get some rest and then come back in a better State then I will try to have a private conversation with him in a non-judgmental non-confrontational way to ensure that nothing was wrong in his personal life or have a financial issues that can.
Office Behavior if Andy that he is suffering from high school from personal life or financial issues then perhaps I can help him.
I have no I can help him myself or refer him to other resources that can help with the financial or mental health problems. And it's also important for me to emphasize that it is very stressful to work in an emergency department and it is not easy to balance work life with personal life. So I need the commitment to understand from his perspective. However, I need to ensure that we understand the importance of maintaining the professional behavior in the workplace and his responsibility.
To provide the best care that you can to his patients the consequences of coming to work drunk could have a negative impact on his future career and make the patient not want to come and Trust the industry or this practice in general which could lead to acting as a barrier to.