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- Feb 28 by tnbutterflyQuote from crazy&cuteRNWell thank you!TNbutterfly, You rock!!! that is all....
How are things going?
I thought about you last night when my Health and Wellness Committee was helping with a ministry activity at church last night. I could just picture me telling them they all had to wear caps. HAHAHA
- Mar 2 by tnbutterflyGood for you!!
- Mar 2 by Msmedic68wHmmm, well I could see the use of a hat. When service was in session everyone would know where to find you. But I am sure just wearing different color scrubs would suffice. Not sure if you're catholic but maybe wearing a St. Agatha (patron saint of nurses) would suffice? All those wearing the pin must be RNs. The hat is terribly old fashioned, honestly I would have trouble taking you seriously wearing that thing. Which may be something to bring up at the meeting. That's like a doctor wearing one of those headbands with the mirrors (Otolaryngologist's Mirror) there's no way I could have a serious conversation with him/her until he took it off....
- Mar 5 by prnqdaySo what do you do when the BON says wearing hats are not allowed if you are not a RN and LPN but the lead nurse continues to purse this?
- Mar 27 by Not_A_Hat_PersonNon-nurses giving meds and wearing nursing caps could cause serious legal problems for the church. If the lead nurse doesn't want to change things, perhaps the head pastor will. I doubt they want to see church members end up in the news for impersonating nurses.
- Aug 17 by Oldest&UgliestSeriously whacked! Where would you even get one? Nursing antique store?
- Aug 24 by FransBevyThis is absurd. Most hospitals don't even allow nursing caps because they're just plain unsanitary. I think there are serious liability issues at stake here so I'd think twice before blowing my nursing license here.