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Nursing class Who's Who - for fun

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KeeperMom has 10 years experience and specializes in ED.

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We are just a few weeks from pinning! YAY!! I'm on the pinning committee and we are trying to put together a cute Who's Who kind of thing for our class. We have a few things like :

Most likely to be late

Most likely to return to teach

Loudest

quiestest

Asks the most questions

What else can you think of to add to our Who's Who? We have about 115 students that will be graduating and I'd love to have at least 25 or so categories and give an "award" to the male and female that fit these categories.

thanks!

meredith

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We are just a few weeks from pinning! YAY!! I'm on the pinning committee and we are trying to put together a cute Who's Who kind of thing for our class. We have a few things like :

Most likely to be late

Most likely to return to teach

Loudest

quiestest

Asks the most questions

What else can you think of to add to our Who's Who? We have about 115 students that will be graduating and I'd love to have at least 25 or so categories and give an "award" to the male and female that fit these categories.

thanks!

meredith

I know that you mean well, but I think the only category I'd keep from your above example is "Most likely to return to teach". The other ones give off a negative vibe.

How about funniest, most supportive, coolest uniform...? Most likely to win nurse of the year award?

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I think thats a great idea! Someone mentioned some of those might be taken wrong, and I guess I can see how some of them could be. Just saying, with family and friends there, and the excitement of the accomplishment....I would hate to be the one labled something like "most likely to be late or quietest." I dunno, maybe we are over thinking this. : )

I think positive ones like best tutor help, best sense of humor, or things of the like are great. Congratulations on graduating soon!

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KeeperMom has 10 years experience and specializes in ED.

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I know that you mean well, but I think the only category I'd keep from your above example is "Most likely to return to teach". The other ones give off a negative vibe.

How about funniest, most supportive, coolest uniform...? Most likely to win nurse of the year award?

I can see that. Our teacher was the one that suggested those two so I find that funny that they didn't pick up on that. I agree that it does have a negative vibe.

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OB-nurse2013 has 3 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Labor and Delivery.

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I would get most likely to be late and that wouldn't offend me in the least bit. Everyone needs to relax a bit, I'm gonna guess those that are at the point of graduating probably do not have that thin of skin :) Anyhow congrats on graduating and thats a cute idea :)

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Trilldayz,RN BSN specializes in Critical Care (ICU/CVICU).

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How about Most Opinionated?

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~Mi Vida Loca~RN has 6 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency Dept. Trauma. Pediatrics.

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One who most thought they were the teacher instead of the student. One who had more family patient stories than we had case studies for the 2 years :rolleyes:

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Nurse_Diane has 10 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and specializes in psychiatry.

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One who is the most supportive to the other students.

One who is the most professional.

One who mentors other students.

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~Mi Vida Loca~RN has 6 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency Dept. Trauma. Pediatrics.

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One who is the most supportive to the other students.

One who is the most professional.

One who mentors other students.

Much better options! :p

Most exuberant.

My CI used that word to describe me today on my Eval, first time I had that. I like it :p

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~Mi Vida Loca~RN has 6 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency Dept. Trauma. Pediatrics.

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Most likely to still be unemployed in 12 months :D

In this economy this might be a category where everyone's a winner! :p

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