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by Davey Do - Self talk can be a nuisance...

November 2016 Caption Contest. Win $100!

by Joe V - It's time for you to show us your FUN SIDE! Prove to the world that laughter is truly the best medicine! Enter our caption contest and give us your best. It's so easy Why wouldn't you? ;) Should...

Operating Room disappointments

by Joe V - Share your OR stories. It can be something you heard, experienced, jokes, or imagined. Let's have some fun!! Thanks to BabyFood26 for this great cartoon caption.

October 2016 Top 8 Captions - Select $100 Winner

by Joe V - Thank you everyone for your captions. You can now help select the $100 winner! Below are the top 8 captions that we selected. Pick your favorite(s). Yes, you may select more than one caption. ...

Having a hard time saying 'no' to working overtime

by Brian - The word NO in this instance, needs to be in caps. Overtime, working extra shifts are a reality. Deciding to work extra though is or should be your choice. allnurses hears frequently about nurses...

Good Excuses for Missing Work

by Brian - We all been there. Calling out is something that everyone has to go through at some point. There are some excuses that work and some that you shouldn't use. Share your thoughts on what works, the...

Me......Me....Me : A Sense of Entitlement

by Brian - We've all seen this type of patient. They start out in the ER insisting that they be seen first because no one else could be in as much need of medical attention as them. This behavior carries over...

They say we can't use razors anymore...

by allnurses - New hospital policies sometimes cause nurses to resort to innovative measures. I don't think this weed-whacker approach will receive too many high scores on Press Ganey Surveys. Congrats to...

December 2016 Caption Contest. Win $100!

by Joe V - Show us your FUN SIDE! Submit your caption today! It's so easy why wouldn't you? :wavey: Should you accept this challenge, it involves coming up with a caption to the above cartoon. You may...

November 2016 Top 8 Captions - Select $100 Winner

by Joe V - Thank you everyone for your participation! You can now help select the WINNER. Below are the top 8 captions that we selected. Pick your favorites. You may select more than one caption. All...

Rate Your Pain

by Joe V - Pain is very personal and subjective. It's difficult to assess just how much pain a patient is experiencing. There is no blood test or X-ray or other diagnostic study to measure pain. Nurses and...

Travel Nurses - Share your stories

by Brian - Share your insights about Travel Nurses! Tell us about them. Which are the best companies to use? How is your schedule? How competitive is travel nursing? How is the pay compared to staff nurses? Do...

Why did you choose nursing?

by Brian - People choose nursing for a variety of reasons: A parent, aunt, or grandmother was/is a nurse. A life-changing event. You care about people. You wanted to make a difference. You want to care...

Ugghhh, another new nurse...

by Brian - We've all run into a "new nurse". What's the most memorable experience you ever had with a new nurse? Maybe it was something they said ??? Or, something they did? Good or bad share your story...

Let's Make a Deal for Nurses

by allnurses - Nurses would do just about anything for an extra day off. We exchange days with fellow Nurses, volunteer extra shifts, and some might negotiate when hired. But, choosing the "mystery" patient...

Knock knock. Who's there? HIPAA. HIPAA who?

by Joe V - And, of course the answer to that question is ... I can't tell you that. This is a joke that's floated around for years. But, HIPAA is very serious. Passed by Congress in 1996, The Health...

Patient transfers and Nurse ergonomics

by Joe V - Nurses are at risk for numerous musculoskeletal injuries from lifting/handling patients. A "No Lift" policy is common practice in hospitals and LTC facilities. The Hoyer lift invention was a boon...


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