Gloves, hand washing, and disinfecting all wear down your skin. So what are the best hand creams for nurses that have red, dry hands? These are the 7 best hand lotions for nurses – they work overtime to nourish your hands.
Well Esty is basically where you can find almost anything cool and crafty you could ever think of. If you can dream it, then chances are that someone has made it and it’s own Etsy. This makes shopping for awesome Christmas items both incredibly awesome, but sometimes very overwhelming. When there’s so much awesome handmade stuff to choose from, how on earth do you narrow it down to the right nerdy items?
Have no fear, The Nerdy Nurse is here! We’ve narrowed it down to 12 awesome Etsy items for this holiday seasons. That’s one for each of the 12 days of Christmas!
Christmas just seems to come earlier and earlier every year, doesn’t it? And if you’re like most nurses, there’s a big chance that you’re going to have to work at least one holiday this season. It just comes with the career, unfortunately. But turn that frown upside down and reward yourself for your ability to devote yourself to a profession where you know there will be sacrifices. Buy yourself sometime extra special for Christmas this year for the Code Happy Holiday Pop-Up Shop for Nurses.
I remember the first time I was told that I needed glasses. I was in college and sitting in the back of the room. The board looked terribly fuzzy and I wasn’t quite sure if maybe I hadn’t got enough sleep or if the teacher just had terrible hand writing. I asked a few classmates around me if they were having trouble reading the board. A few of them mumbled something that was not comprehendible. Two of them gave a succinct “nope”. I was a back of the class kind of girl so I just toughed it out for the day, but I did actually want to see what was going on so I sat closer to the board the next time
Every year the stores open up earlier and earlier to entice the crowds of holiday deal-searches. Although you may be able to score a few items at a discounted rate, the deals do not come without other sacrifices. The mobs of people chasing after discounted flat screens to put under their Christmas trees might be be enough to scare off some shoppers, but there are other annoyances to consider.
I wrote recently about how my hospital’s administration has decided to go the route of uniforms. Of course, there are obvious pros and cons to this decision, but they made it, with little involvement from the nurses. What was bothersome about this change to me was the fact that they didn’t really involve the nurses. They made a …