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- Feb 8, '12 by RobublindQuote from MeriwhenI want a cloak too. I always want to dress up as a vampire (the cloak not the fangs) to come into a patient room (give them second thoughts on hitting that call light one too many times) and leave with a quick dramatic turn.Awesome pics
I have always wanted a cloak.
- Feb 8, '12 by buytheshoes11A fun part about my job is that we can wear any color/print. I prefer darker shades because they tend to hide more (stains from the shift, etc.) and I don't have to worry about anything being see through. I am especially glad that we aren't required to wear white scrubs...my mom had whites for nursing school and they were always dirty!
- Feb 11, '12 by LDRNMOMMYI work in an outpatient clinic staffed with RNs. The only dress code we have is that we wear solid colors M-Th. On Fridays we can wear prints or tee shirts. It was an old unofficial policy of our former director. It just kind of stuck after she resigned.
- Feb 11, '12 by 12leakecWell my Clinical class has 2 different colors! I have 2 Navy pairs and 1 purple!
- Feb 14, '12 by OldnurseRNMy last travel assignment was strictly navy for nurses. Boring! All my others have been color of choice. I personally wear the same colors ... top and bottom and dress it up with a print jacket. Funny how some relate white to nurses. When I worked at the state mental hospital we wore street clothes because studies showed patients felt people in white were unapproachable. I have scrubs of basically every color and many interchangeable jackets.
- Feb 26, '12 by nguyency77I'm a CNA and at my facility, we have to wear beige scrubs with our company name monogrammed on them.
I really do not understand why they make us wear such a light color that dirties so easily; as CNA we are exposed to blood, poop, food, and other things that could easily stain.
It's not aesthetically appealing, either.
- Mar 2, '12 by Julie19My assisted living facility requires solid black.
I wish they would change this because my little Alzheimer's residents always ask why I wear such a dark, depressing color.