My instructor said...

  1. Every once in a while something hilarious is said by the instructor ... something memorable is said by the preceptor ... these are things that you will never forget. For today's task, I want you to finish the following line ... please feel free to add multiple entries.

    My instructor (or preceptor) said...



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  3. by   healthcare4life
    "I'm more of a back door girl than a front door girl."

    "Make sure to flush out the bacteria after you have sex."

    Both were said by the same female clinical instructor... o_o
  4. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from healthcare4life
    "I'm more of a back door girl than a front door girl."

    "Make sure to flush out the bacteria after you have sex."

    Both were said by the same female clinical instructor... o_o
    Oh . . my . . gosh . . . .

    One thing I always remember is never put dirty linens/gowns on the floor as you simply transfer germs to the floor. Have a linen cart in the room with you if you have to change a bed or a gown.

    It's gonna take awhile to get those images out of my head heathcare4life . . . . . .
  5. by   HappyWife77
    If it wasn't documented, it wasn't done!! C.Y.A. people!!!
  6. by   MsPebbles
    "A bowel movement is an elderly person's orgasm."
  7. by   That Guy
    "Its easier to make a hole than a pole" In reference to gender reassignment surgery
  8. by   tigerRN2013
    "You're killing me......I'm going to shoot you"
  9. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from MsPebbles
    "A bowel movement is an elderly person's orgasm."
    Read Gulp by Mary Roach . . . . . Chapter 11.
    Last edit by Spidey's mom on Oct 29, '13
  10. by   bebbercorn
    When everyone was flustered about mastering IV/Foley/other nursing skills...

    "I can teach a monkey to do that stuff... what I need is for you all to be critical thinkers so you don't get out there and kill everybody."
  11. by   prmenrs
    Once you've been in practice for a few years, things you thought were set in stone because your instructor said so may no longer be "evidence based practice". It's ok to learn new things and change your behavior!

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