Hawaii Nursing Culture - page 2
Hi! I am a new grad working a little less than 9 months on a respiratory cardiology floor in Portland, OR .....born and raised in Hawaii, eventually hoping to return to all my family and friends.... Read More
Jul 8, '09Quote from SlobgobLOL....yep. Adios and aloha....No one wears a lei... unless its your last day before moving to the mainland... of which, in a big enough hospital, you see every day... =/
File under the heading "It SEEMED like a good idea at the time..."
Jul 8, '09Thank you Lisa. I understand the whole specialty thing, but I was looking for more of the social differences between the two cultures, especially Hawaii with it's own unique and diverse population. For example, (I don't want to make any assumptions/generalizations, but...) w/ Hawaii being known for it's laid-back attitude, does one also see that as a pt, nurse, doctor?
Jul 8, '09*big smile* Hmmmmm... Let me try this again. You wrote that you're from Oregon. I'm guessing that in Oregon, you've got both big cities and small towns. Where are people more "laid back?" Where are people more assertive & aggressive? In big cities, or small towns? (I'm trying to be pleasant when I write this. I'm honestly interested in hearing your reply.) Mahalo!
Jul 8, '09Every time a doc starts yelling because we don't have the latest ECHO results... (from two days ago)...
I flash a shaka, and say "hang loose, bra".
LOL... works like clockwork.
Jul 19, '09