• Go Gold for Childhood Cancer

    Meet Oscar. Your average, energetic 4 year old, Oscar loves the great outdoors, running, climbing, swimming, and his big sister Isla. A sudden onset of stomach pain and vomiting which cleared up rather quickly, was then followed by another bout of pain and vomiting. This time, his Dad discovered a large lump in his stomach. What was initially diagnosed as appendicitis, turned out to be Burkitt’s Lymphoma stage 3B, when a mass from his […]

  • Go, Yoga Pants!

    Comfort is king in 2018, and that’s true for nurses, too. Just like professionals spend their days clad in yoga pants, nurses can do the same, and still look fit for the medical world! It’s important for nurses who are moving about all shift long to wear comfortable scrub apparel. With yoga pants, you’ve got the comfort, the flexibility and the awesome freedom of movement that yoga pants afford you. Something else that’s appreciated […]

  • Feet Talk

    The age old adage goes, ‘Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes.’ If you plan on judging a nurse, though, make that 4 miles. Don’t believe me? Well then hash it out with MEDSURGE Nursing! A study involving 146 nurses, concluded that in a 12-hour shift nurses clock in an average of 4-5 miles. *Currently picking jaw up off of floor* And let’s just say that regular folk walk an […]

  • Scrub Talk

    You know those patients who have just so much to talk about? They chat with you about their life, your life (you kind of do your best to avoid their questions 😉 ) and everything under the sun …Until, busy as you always are, you find a very valid reason why you have to leave this delightful conversation. One of the first things that any of your chatty patients will discuss with you is […]

  • Guide To Scrub Pants for Student Nurses

    Student nurses, congrats on your acceptance to college! Now that you’ve chosen a career, there are even more choices to make: Which notebooks to buy, which classes to study harder for, which scrubs to purchase. So, about the notebooks and the hard classes, I won’t really be able to assist you, but when it comes to scrubs, I’d love to help! Let me share with you exactly what every student nurse MUST look for […]

  • Color Coding Conundrums

    If you ask me, color coding scrubs is an awesome idea. That’s because I have a terrible time remembering faces, and I hate having to stare at a perfect stranger’s chest to figure out what she does; it’s so awkward! If she’d just have a color coded uniform, I’d know what her position is in a split second. But, at the same time, I totally get how horrible it is to have to wear […]

  • Monday Blues by Heidi

    I’ll share my summer guilty pleasure, if you share yours! Deal?? Here goes. My all-time favorite summer guilty pleasure is watching America’s Got Talent! Yup, secret’s out! I love the fun, the energy, the laughter, the emotional moments, and of course, the TALENT! But the one thing that keeps me coming back for more is the panel of judges; Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Mel B, and of course Heidi Klum! They’re fantastic at what […]

  • Dressed in White

    It’s funny; I love the full-fledged fashion in scrubs available to nurses today, but at the same time, a little part of me still likes the look of the old time nursing uniform, with its crisp, professional look. Although the days when all nurses wear white are long gone, some stalwart nurses still stick to the old class look. Take Leona Campbell, for example. Throughout the decades that she was a nurse, she stuck […]

  • Scrubs For All

    Once upon a time, only doctors and nurses wore scrubs. Those days are long gone, together with the days of beepers and station wagons (remember those?). Nowadays, many employees who work in healthcare are required to wear medical scrubs, although they aren’t nurses, and many who don’t work in healthcare wear scrubs, too. Even regular folks wear nursing scrubs, since they’re so comfortable and easy to wear. Surprising, right? I also think scrubs can […]

  • Summer Staycation

    Everyone needs a vacation. Period. You go too long without one… you crash and burn. Or to be more accurate, you end up sprawled on your couch in days old pj’s crying a river over a tub of Ben and Jerry’s. True story. Bottom line is, life is full of stressors. And if we don’t take time to decompress, we suffer, and the people around us suffer. Let’s take you for instance, the happy-go-lucky […]

  • Scrub Tips for Travel Nurses

    Vacation season’s upon us! Although many of us nurses are way too busy to fly away to Florida or the Bahamas, some nurses get to travel to far away, remote locations—while getting paid for it! I wouldn’t call it a vacation, but… it’s pretty close. These lucky travel nurses get to visit countries so far, I can only dream of going to these places, with scrubs or without. We know that it’s not easy […]

  • 5 Top Summer 2018 Picks

    This summer, you can spend your free time at the beach; no need to search too hard for cute scrubs. I love shopping, so I’ll do the browsing for you! Here are my five top summer picks for 2018. Best of luck choosing which scrubs you like best! This vibrant Dickies Dynamix Floral Printed Scrub Top just screams summer. Bring a bold burst of fashion and fun into every room you enter! Flowery and […]

  • An Ode To Our Military Nurses

    Although I’m super busy, one thing I won’t miss is the annual July 4th fireworks. That’s my way of showing my patriotism. And I pay full taxes, too. Now that’s TWO ways of showing my loyalty as a US citizen! Yet, I know I don’t come anywhere near what other US citizens are doing for our great country. We live in the land of the free and home of the brave, where soldiers are […]

  • Mortifying Moments In Scrubs

    Nurses can have crazy schedules, which can make us kind of overtired, and have us get dressed and put on our scrubs in embarrassing ways that that we look back and laugh at. What I’m thinking of right now is that awkward moment that I discovered that my new scrubs had a fly, which had been down, for the previous 14 hours. LOL! And that’s not the only crazy story I had… Imagine getting […]

  • Compression Socks: 5 Reasons Why Nurses Should Wear Them

    We all know that nurses spend a great deal of time on their feet which can translate into swollen legs and painful varicose veins. Running from patient to patient, with no time to sit during those busy shifts can be really hard on those tired legs. The great news is that there is something you can do to avoid these uncomfortable symptoms altogether! What is the magical answer? Compression socks. Here are five ways […]

  • To Be Or Not To Be- A Murse, That Is!

    There are statistics, and then there are STATISTICS. And in honor of Father’s Day; a day on which we celebrate the males in our lives, I’d like to bring ‘a STATISTIC’ to the forefront. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 91% percent of registered nurses are female, while a mere 9% are male. Why, though? Why, why, WHY?!? Stereotype; plain and simple. Despite the fact that gender equality is making headlines in today’s society, […]

  • Gigi Hadid: A Stained Glass Godess

    If we had a king and queen here in the big ole US of A, there would be a royal ball each year. Naturally. We do not, though… have a king… or a queen… in which case, sadly, there is no ball. BUT. We’ve got something really, realllly close to that royal ball, only it’s called the Met Gala. And if we’re still using analogies I will go so far as to say that […]

  • Of Motherhood and Nursing

    Breakfast in bed has been served, the fresh bouquet of roses is sitting pretty on your nightstand, the kids have all scampered off, and you’re lost in thought…. Perhaps it’s time to pursue a career. After all, the kids are only getting older, you’ve got more free time on your hands, and there’s that ever growing itch; to accomplish and make a difference in the world. But what to do? The adjustment of going […]

  • National Autism Awareness Month

    April is National Autism Awareness Month. And considering that about 1 in 68 children has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and that it is reported across ALL racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups, chances are that you, my dear pediatric nurse, have come across your fair share of autistic patients. Let’s get the facts straight, though. ASD is not, as the masses are wont to think, a single mental disorder. In fact, there […]

  • Why You Should Be Dating a Nurse This Valentine’s Day

    As if you needed a reason; am I right??? In all seriousness, though, dating a nurse isn’t all red roses and Godiva chocolates. There’s a non-conventional work schedule to contend with, crazy hours, emergencies, exhaustion… And the list goes on. In fact, if you’re dating a nurse this Valentine’s Day, you may be taking a rain check and celebrating on the 15th or 16th because, y’know, 12 hour shifts. On the flip side, though, […]

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