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I am an LPN and have been with my employer for several years. Recently I had an accident unrelated to work and was out of work for 6 weeks. During that time little to no weekly documentation has been done on my units or anyone else's. I was brought back to work on light duty and was told to catch up all of the documentation on all of the units some of which are several months behind. I have never assessed the majority of these patients but am still expected to fill in the gaps in their charts and assessments. Some patients I'm charting on have expired so I'm pulling old charts to update them. I know it's wrong and unethical but if I don't I'll lose my job. Is what they are having me do legal? What if another nurse that has actually assessed the patient signs after me? Is it legal then.?  


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