The struggle is real.

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Nurse humor. Nursing funny.

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The Mighty

To the Woman in the ER Waiting Room Who Told Me I Was Lucky

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nurse Pusheen

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perfect!

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I love my job LOL :)

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I want to take care of everyone. But the Titanic that is emergency medicine in America is sinking.

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The "go to the ER" mentality of American medicine

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Nurse humor.

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Nurse probs.

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Nurse humor.

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All the time.

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Nursing

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Ecards

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Emergency room. The best advice ever!!!

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Working in the ER: BE PREPARED

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You have no idea how true this is

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Nurses

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Life of an ER nurse

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That's correct. I actually paid for this nursing degree so I could bring you soda, crackers, and a sandwich tray.

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There's only so much insanity you can blame on the full moon. The rest is just everyday bat shit crazy people being themselves.

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Nurses life: Go ahead and eat that piece of cake, your scrubs will will hide it, but your jeans won't. @Mindy Givens Robles

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hahaha oh 12 hour nursing shifts...

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YES

250 Funniest Nursing Quotes and eCards

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Nurses need to have good days every once and a while, and though this is fundamental and quite deserved it still seems to be a problem at times. For example, when the very rare occasion occurs that a nurse has an awesome day looks of disdain from others may accompany it. When the planets align …

Why Nurses Need Good Days - Brie Gowen

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I rushed about grabbing supplies to quickly remedy the distress my patient was displaying, and as I bent down to retrieve a dropped item I winced in pain. The searing shockwave that traveled through my neck reminded me of the apparent muscle I had pulled there, and I reminded myself I might have to take …

Why Nurses Leave - Brie Gowen

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