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Anyone see "The Drs" where they talked about nurses?

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"The Doctors" is a great show! Its really informative, especially with the 4 different types of docs that they have on there. Everyone should watch the show! I tune in every chance I get!

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"Made me wish he would come and talk to some of the docs I have to deal with!"

I wish Travis would come talk to me...... He is HOT!

:loveya::loveya::nmbrn:

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Dr. Travis Stork could be my doctor anytime!! I wish I was 25 yrs younger, and 25 yrs prettier. Such a cutie!!lol

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Dr. Oz has actually spoken highly of the nursing profession. He was doing one of his games and the two contestants happened to be nurses and he gushed for a moment about how great nurses really are, he even said something along the lines of nurses are the ones with the pt 24/7. Made me so happy! :woot:

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Can I get a link to the comments made on the Doctors, if I could. Thanks

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MassED has 15 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ER.

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I never knew such teamwork with docs until I started working in an ER. FOR THE MOST part. There are newer residents who still treat some ER nurses like morons, but they have no idea of how much we do and help them. We assess patients and the smart ones will ask us what we "think" is going on and if their ordesr are appropriate. I'm mainly talking of trauma residents that are cocky and disrespectful. Bleccck. They're complete ding dongs - they have no idea of what we know.

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Jenni811 has 3 years experience as a RN and specializes in Intermediate care.

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"When a trauma comes in, it's the team of nurses that really stabilize the pt enough to have something to work with." --LOVE IT.

Makes me think of the time my mom (a nurse) made a PHYSICIAN cry!! No joke. :yeah:Go mama nurse :yeah:

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LOl listening to all this Doc gushing reminds me of when I was in clinicals. I was in my late 30's and my fellow classmates were all under 25 yo. Now I know I have probably reinforced several stereotypes of male nurses with this story but it was still funny as heck. A young resident walked into our unit and the gals all about gave themselves whiplash trying to track him, then turning back round to giggle and gush. This went on a couple times during the shift. So after the last time the Doc walked by I saw him blushing as he approached the nurses station and I could allready hear the whispered "oh he's hot" "ask him for his number" etc..so decided I wanted to jump into this game. As the Doc walked down the hall (still blushing) I leaned over the station desk and in my lowest baritone called out "Ya know ladies, you're right...he does have a cute butt".

Don't think some of my classmates ever forgave me as the Doc wasn't seen on our unit again rest of clinicals. After that it was a running joke between me and my wife that I was gonna live the nurses dream and ditch her and run off with a Doc. Told wife it wouldnt happen, Im too high maintanence.

Big J

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OCNRN63 is a RN and specializes in Oncology; medical specialty website.

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Dr. Oz has actually spoken highly of the nursing profession. He was doing one of his games and the two contestants happened to be nurses and he gushed for a moment about how great nurses really are, he even said something along the lines of nurses are the ones with the pt 24/7. Made me so happy! :woot:

Which is why he had those women dressed as nurses wearing lingerie dancing around the studio. He "respects" them so much.

https://allnurses.com/nursing-news/dr-oz-dancing-520049.html

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I was doing my clinical rotation for the first time in this particular ER last week and met the most awesome MD! In fact, I didn't actually know he was a Dr. until about 3 hours into the shift, he was wearing scrubs almost the same shade as mine and when someone asked me to "give this to the Doctor" I was thinking "Where the hell is that guy anyway, I have seen him here all morning!?" Turns out it was the guy everyone was joking around with about every subject under the sun all morning. I wish they could all be that way :yelclap:

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walk6miles specializes in ICU of all kinds, CVICU, Cath Lab, ER..

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Did anyone see the CNN story (also on Nancy (shreaking) Grace ) where they interviewed a physician over the ER that made a mother wait with her desparetly ill baby? They made the mom and child wait in the waiting room for FIVE hours and as a result, the baby lost appendages? That a...h.... doctor said, "this is clearly the nurses fault....they are to blame....and he repeated it three times.........OMG.

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OCNRN63 is a RN and specializes in Oncology; medical specialty website.

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Did anyone see the CNN story (also on Nancy (shreaking) Grace ) where they interviewed a physician over the ER that made a mother wait with her desparetly ill baby? They made the mom and child wait in the waiting room for FIVE hours and as a result, the baby lost appendages? That a...h.... doctor said, "this is clearly the nurses fault....they are to blame....and he repeated it three times.........OMG.

https://allnurses.com/nursing-news/5-hour-wait-524262.html

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