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Trust me, I'm a nurse!

A little tumblr for all things nursing: the joys, the frustrations and the craziness. Motivation, inspiration, humor and experiences. Submit, ask and enjoy!
Apr 15 '14

I feel ya, Whoopie.

(Source: vesperlynds)

Apr 14 '14
stethoscopesandsarcasm:

wellieboots:

shitmycallerssay:

Story of my life. Tomorrow (Wednesday) is my Friday. This week.

Tomorrow (Monday) is my Saturday….what are calendar days anymore anyways?! :p

my friday was saturday this week and my monday will be Wednesday. what is a calendar day?

stethoscopesandsarcasm:

wellieboots:

shitmycallerssay:

Story of my life. Tomorrow (Wednesday) is my Friday. This week.

Tomorrow (Monday) is my Saturday….what are calendar days anymore anyways?! :p

my friday was saturday this week and my monday will be Wednesday. what is a calendar day?

Apr 5 '14
Rectal dilatation?

Rectal dilatation?

Apr 3 '14
"Eating a vegetarian diet, walking (exercising) everyday, and meditating is considered radical. Allowing someone to slice your chest open and graft your leg veins in your heart is considered normal and conservative."
Dr Dean Ornish (via thereluctantrawfoodist)
Apr 2 '14
Mar 27 '14

cakeandrevolution:

murikunt:

college students, Bigwords.com is a conventient sort of search site that rifles through all sorts of online stores and ads looking for the text books you need, newest edition, you can look specifically for used books or ones with a buyback program, and stuff. and can be a lot cheaper, saved me $400 one semester

Can we amplify this a little please? I’m sure some of my followers could use this resource. Spread it around friends.

(Source: mpdgorgon-archive)

Mar 25 '14

westbor0baptistchurch:

me in class

A true nurse’s reaction: instead of freaking out about the gun, she’s just pretty chill about it like “w/e I got other stuff to do…”

(Source: d7ux)

Mar 23 '14
"Florence Nightingale was never called “The Lady with the Lamp” but ”The Lady with the Hammer”, an image deftly readjusted by the war reporter of the Times since it was far too coarse for the folks back home. Far from gliding about the hospital with her lamp aloft, Nightingale earned her nickname through a ferocious attack on a locked storeroom when a military commander refused to give her the medical supplies she needed."
"Who cooked the Last Supper?: The Women’s History of the World"- Rosalind Miles
Mar 21 '14
nightdutynurse:

jmu-nurse-xo:

larstheyeti:

The blood clot.

Bahahah I can totally picture those damn platelets.

Group photo from the platelet party:

nightdutynurse:

jmu-nurse-xo:

larstheyeti:

The blood clot.

Bahahah I can totally picture those damn platelets.

Group photo from the platelet party:

Mar 19 '14

When someone utters the phrase “Just a nurse”

boluscoffeestat: