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Doctors offended by TV show about nurses

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FullGlass has 2 years experience as a BSN, MSN, NP and specializes in Adult and Geriatric Primary Care.

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RenaissanceNurse has 25 years experience and specializes in Med-Surg, L&D, NB-100+ (home care & office).

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Interesting topic, but I agree! Media is not going away any time soon, so why not use it to "level the playing field" and "exploit" our trustworthyness...for how many years in a row...?  

Hmmm...emoji for female plumber, but no nurse. Possibility that I simply missed it is very real, although the more I looked the more piqued my curiosity became.

*I have no problem, bias, issue with female plumbers. Just thought it odd, given the disparity in numbers.

YAY nurses (and female plumbers...LOL)!!

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Snatchedwig has 12 years experience as a ADN, CNA, LPN, RN and specializes in Medsurg.

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I rather watch a show about CNAs. More entertaining.  

 

Over watching shows about cops and pretend shifts at the hospital. I wanna watch a show following the CNAs and the housekeepers. 

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Leader25 has 35 years experience.

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oh come on,what could be more offensive than NURSE JACKIE,a doped up,slutty nurse,who advocates for her patients while destroying her own life.Love it.

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tachyallday has 10 years experience as a BSN and specializes in ED/ Adult ICU/ PICU/ Acute Peds.

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The Kevin MD post is stupid.

The post here is stupid.

The show looks stupid.

I hate everyone.

Bye.

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Albertanurse13 has 30 years experience and specializes in Occupational Health, ER, ICU, LNC.

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Then why bother coming to the sites...😏

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tachyallday has 10 years experience as a BSN and specializes in ED/ Adult ICU/ PICU/ Acute Peds.

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2 hours ago, Albertanurse13 said:

Then why bother coming to the sites...😏

I hadn't for a long time! 😂

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FullGlass has 2 years experience as a BSN, MSN, NP and specializes in Adult and Geriatric Primary Care.

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14 hours ago, Leader25 said:

oh come on,what could be more offensive than NURSE JACKIE,a doped up,slutty nurse,who advocates for her patients while destroying her own life.Love it.

Nurse Jackie was a good show.  She certainly had her flaws, but who doesn't?  She was an excellent nurse and patient advocate.  The doctors respected her professionally.  The show depicted teamwork among the doctors and nurses.  Substance abuse is a real issue among health care professionals.

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On 1/15/2020 at 10:36 PM, RenaissanceNurse said:

Interesting topic, but I agree! Media is not going away any time soon, so why not use it to "level the playing field" and "exploit" our trustworthyness...for how many years in a row...?  

Hmmm...emoji for female plumber, but no nurse. Possibility that I simply missed it is very real, although the more I looked the more piqued my curiosity became.

*I have no problem, bias, issue with female plumbers. Just thought it odd, given the disparity in numbers.

YAY nurses (and

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female plumbers...LOL)!!

Auto mechanic. I learned basic car maintenance. I love it, but I don't want to be greasy. Hahaha. JK. No, I invested so much in my BS already. I'm satisfied to become an RN someday. 🙂 I'm not too far from it.

Auto mechanics don't make money out of me. I tell them what I need to replace or repair. So far, I haven't encountered many technical problems. I'm also a Lil savvy in hardware and software. I can repair my own computers, and your computers or devices (at your own risk). 

I might not be the smartest CNA. Someone told me I wasn't intelligent enough to be a CNA. 😫   My aptitude is not high enough to be a CNA. That person thought I only obtained a CNA certificate and told me I wouldn't be able to pass college algebra. Eh? The funny part, I took it already. 

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