It is seen that there are several styles and colors of scrubs available. For you experienced students and nurses, are there any little features that you like to see in your scrubs? I dunno, say real belt loops instead of a drawstring... or some similar thing.
I got my acceptance letter late (yesterday) and it does not have any info on this matter as to the style & color my college (HVCC in Troy, NY) prefers. 'guess, I will have to wait until the counseling session that I have to schedule the first thing Monday to learn those particulars.
Like anything else, I am sure there are differences in quality & desirable/not so desirable feature in scrubs. What are the experienced community thoughts on matters such as scubs? I am sure some annoying feature can lead to a seemingly longer day than it actually was.
Aug 6, '12
by Stephalump, RN
Quote from HM-8404
The fanny pack could work. Just think of all the stuff I could keep in it, tape, alcohol swabs, saline flushes, keys, wallet, and if I get the big one a pack of cheese crackers and a Mt. Dew.
Besides, I prefer not to keep cash/card in bra. May get some unwanted advances since I am a heterosexual male.
You laugh, but I endure my mother's fanny pack at least once a year on family vacations, and she always brings an extra for me. Too much time is spent arguing over why I refuse to wear one.
And if you don't want to wear a bra, no problem. Just keep the debit card in a pocket with your lip gloss.
Last edit by Stephalump on Aug 6, '12