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Question for OR RN's who work 7a-3p

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by mikethern mikethern (Member)

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I'm trying to design my 4-hour shift to be most compatible with preferred break times of staff. I am thinking 09:30-13:30.

At what times do you prefer to take your morning break and lunch break?

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ORSmurf specializes in GI, OR, Oncology.

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I'm trying to design my 4-hour shift to be most compatible with preferred break times of staff. I am thinking 09:30-13:30.

At what times do you prefer to take your morning break and lunch break?

I'd love to get a morning break around 9am and lunch around 11:30am. It rarely works out that way, but that's what would be ideal.

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TracyB,RN has 14 years experience as a RN and specializes in jack of all trades, master of none.

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Depends if I'm on call & if the board isn't moving... If I'm staying, I like lunch about 1:30pm (before cafe' closes)

Otherwise, I could care less, as long as I get a break & lunch.

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EricG specializes in Periop, CNOR.

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Otherwise, I could care less, as long as I get a break & lunch.

My sentiments exactly..... :)

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Natkat has 8 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in dialysis.

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I don't understand your question.

I think the poster meant that they are surprised that anyone would get a break AND lunch in the same day, since they are often too busy to get either one.

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