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- Jun 24, '12 by KimberlinaI've tried several times over the years to wear contacts (highest moisture content available brand) at the hospital, and never had any luck. It is far too dry there, and I always end up looking like I have been doing drugs, which doesn't exactly give your patients and co-workers the best impression....
- Jun 25, '12 by robyn_a1) what is 'standard' to put on stethoscope id tag? i was thinking first initial, last name?
i was just wondering the same thing about what to put on my stethoscope id tag. since i have a pretty common last name, i am unsure on what to put. ??
2) if you normally wear an underwire bra, do you also wear one at work or do you opt for something more comfortable like a sports bra?
sports bras really annoy me so i will not be wearing one of those!
3) glasses vs. contacts in a clinical setting. thoughts?
i don't wear glasses/contacts but would imagine that glasses would be easier
- Jun 26, '12 by IndyIf you are in school, put your name and the name of your program on it so they will know not to search for an employee but a student.
Glasses are great, as long as they fit. I saw a coworker open an alcohol pad once and by sheer freak accident, the alcohol squirted into her eye. NOT good. Poop, pee, wound mess, all sorts of bad things fly at your face so glasses are my friend.
Bras are personal... I just prefer that it fits properly, does not constrict movement, and does not cause pain. I like the "foundations" meaning underwear to be right where I put them, the whole shift and not cause me to think about them. Also I am a bit modest and wear a shirt under every scrub top, even in summer heat when it might be a tank top under there.