Hawaii Nursing Culture

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    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. From all the posts in this forum I gather I won't be coming home soon Someday I will!!!!!

    I had attended a nursing school up in the mainland and was curious to know if there was a difference in the culture of nursing (interactions w/ patients, MD's, family, other nursing staff; the way nurses give care, etc.) between the mainland and the islands. If anyone could share their experiences, that would be great!

    Thank you!
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    Oh my. Talk about opening up a can of worms.
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    lol.

    I thought the same thing last night. Luckily I had just gotten off a 12, and needed to go to sleep.

    Well, same thing again tonight.

    Maybe tomorrow i'll open up that can. =P~
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    These replies are intriguing... I wish I knew the subtext here. I'd love it if one you could please address the OP's question, I think it's a good one.
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    Would someone please open the can of worms? Someone please answer the original post? I'm listening.
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    You're from Maui... you really need explanation?

    *hint: Working three days in a row isn't hard... except it gets tricky finding a new lay every morning before work*
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    Slobgob, (1) Sounds like we're different. I'm happily married to the man of my dreams. Don't need to find new friends every day. I've got everything I need at home. (2) I'm FOB. Yes, would like an explanation. Really.
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    LOL!

    I was talkin about the "floral" lay...
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    Oh, that makes more sense. :smackingf You mean lei. :chuckle Now I'm laughing too!
    lei: (in the Hawaiian Islands) a wreath of flowers, leaves, etc., for the neck or head. plural leis
    lay: Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse with. [dictionary.com]
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    LOL! do you really wear a Lei? Do you work in a Hotel? or is that just a joke?


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