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Murphy's Laws of Nursing I think Pam has mentioned all of these at least once since she graduated from nursing school...

Murphy's Laws of Nursing I think Pam has mentioned all of these at least once since she graduated from nursing school.

....I have been to 10 specialists, had numerous tests and no one can diagnose me, what do you think it is?

Most of the time I don't mind too much:). I try to remember that sometimes I call my nurse friends and ask them questions I already know the answer to just because when it comes to your own kids or yourself you become instantly stupid.

A lot worse

I'm just a student, but I know I've seen worse. Yet even worse will come.

Lol   Probably intended for nurses but so appropriate .... Would not recommend trying to bite beforehand!   ;-)

Give your patients fair warning: How I take your temperature is directly related to how nice you are to me. Simple, eloquent, to the point - nurse humor at it's finest! Enjoy being a nurse in style!

Nursing Home Humor | ... Donnell's Bletherings and Haverings from Scotland: Nursing Humour

This goes for anyone in the medical field. The hard work and dedication that goes into health care and medical services makes me thankful that I get to be a part of it! Love it!

Idk how I feel about this one... Lol

I get paid to stab people with sharp objects.what a great job I have.

I know exactly what to do, doctor! Let's get our surgery on!

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Nursing summed up all on this board

Nurse bling: Chalkboard subway sign art print

Personalized Chalkboard Nurse Rules - Subway Sign Art Print - Wall Art on Etsy, SOOO true!

nurse week 2013 | For Banker & All The Other Nurses::

Pregnancy Message Boards - Baby Forums

Free and Funny Nurses Week Ecard: I solomnly swear to clean up the most disgusting fluids that come from your body. You're welcome.

Nursing by the Numbers

Nursing infographic - some very interesting data -- did you know that nurses were injured more often than construction workers and assaulted more frequently than prison guards -- so much for "peaceful" first responders --