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Joined Oct 26, '11 - from 'Berwyn, IL, US'. Posts: 1,071 (53% Liked) Likes: 1,799

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  • 6:40 pm

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 6:35 pm

    Quote from roser13
    I believe Illinois also requires shiny, well-oiled hair.
    Yep. I have to regularly pay a lot of money at the salon to maintain this critical requirement. I just tell myself as I hand over my debit card, "It's making me a better nurse."

  • 6:34 pm

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 6:09 pm

    Quote from Farawyn
    ICUDude would be more apt, then.
    Suddenly this popped into my head. ICUdude. ICU2bro

  • 2:40 pm

    Quote from nutella
    I thought it has to be free - flowing?
    You're right. The nurse practice act states that hair style is specific to race and ethnicity. However, current research is being conducted into which race makes for a better nurse. They are close to an answer, so we will soon see a weaning process of certain certain races. Then everyone's hair will be the same too.

    Happy side note: I lost 5 pounds in our work's monthly weighing in process, so I got a .50 cent raise.

  • 2:38 pm

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 1:44 pm

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 1:25 pm

    Quote from roser13
    I believe Illinois also requires shiny, well-oiled hair.
    Yep. I have to regularly pay a lot of money at the salon to maintain this critical requirement. I just tell myself as I hand over my debit card, "It's making me a better nurse."

  • 12:03 pm

    Quote from Farawyn
    *stalks SleeepyRN and the dude with the six pack*

    Sleeepy!!!
    Sleeepy was up all night stalking on Allnurses. Here I am still awake having to go to work in a few hours. Sleeepy is right! Yawn. Just can't sleep.

  • 11:35 am

    Quote from Larry2016

    PS: if we went by military standards, there would be a huge nursing shortage. A woman who is 5-7 and over 160 is considered overweight by military standards, which is usually the basis of height/weight/BMI charts.

    In my view, this is a better way to calculate it (SBMI)
    Calculate your BMI, correctly rated according to age and sex
    Yes, I completely disagree with the BMI calculation based solely on height and weight. At 5'5 155, I'm muscular and in great shape. I would be SICK at 130-140.

  • 11:33 am

    Quote from AlphaM
    Did I mention the six pack is indeed a six pack of beer?
    Sweet...I'm in!

  • 11:30 am

    Quote from AlphaM
    Did I mention the six pack is indeed a six pack of beer?
    Sweet...I'm in!

  • 11:00 am

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 10:59 am

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.

  • 10:41 am

    Yes. You have to have a BMI of 20 for women and 22 for men. Studies show critical thinking and task performance are directly related to weight. I personally refuse care from a nurse who is overweight, as he/she cannot possibly care for me safely.


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