The #1 mistake all Nurses make when giving an enema

The #1 mistake all Nurses make when giving an enema

The triple H’s:

  • High
  • Hot
  • Helluvalot

Enemas are the bane of a Nurses’ existence (or maybe it was just me?) There is nothing enjoyable about administering an enema. I mean… we’re talking about poo.

It’s one of the few interventions we Nurses perform… where we KNOW ahead of time we’ll regret the outcome. We’re set up for a hot mess (if ya know whaddayamean).

Who in their right mind, as a Nurse, would get excited or happy that we have to perform an intervention that we’re going to have to clean up???

What if I told you, not all enemas are created equal? What if I told you there was a way to give that darn enema without the hassle of the clean up?

Dare I say… enema’s could be neat and tidy???

#reallifenursingprotip

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The #1 reason why Nurse residency programs are important

The #1 reason why Nurse residency programs are important

There is a known learning gap between what they teach you in Nursing school… and what you actually do as a practicing Nurse.

The old adage of “What they don’t teach you in Nursing school” can make the transition from student to professional very challenging, so there are programs that have been created to help lessen that burden.

As most Nurses are well aware the best way to master a skill is to gain experience at actually doing the skill.  These residency programs do just that. Sometimes called ‘internships’ or ‘externships’, nurse residency programs are out to bridge that gap… or at least shorten the distance between school and practice.

Types of residency programs:

  1. Summer internship
  2. Externships

The goal of these programs is to gain experience and sharpen your clinical skills. You literally “walk the walk” of a Nurse. You get your hands dirty.

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#TGIMFF | Nursing: Where Friday isn’t really Friday

#TGIMFF | Nursing: Where Friday isn’t really Friday

 

TGIF?

An acronym that literally has no meaning in the world of Nursing. It’s one of the first rules you should probably learn as Nurse.

Friday ≠ Friday

In fact the mere mention of TGIF invokes quite the response from most Nurses, because the majority of us work shifts, nights, weekends and holidays.

So…. you can shove your TGIF where the sun don’t shine.

Double tap if you feel the same way! 😂🙁 TAG another nurse working over the weekend!

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I decided to create a celebratory acronym that makes a little more sense for all the Nurses out there:

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TGIMFF

Thank God It’s My Fuckin Friday

To all my Nurses out there. If this is your Fuckin’ Friday… enjoy the hell out of it.

Do you agree?

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Warning: I get a bit passionate in this vlog. NSFW. Listen at your own risk

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