de Vandemar Croup wrote:
strongly affected by films, began to shoot short amateurs
Sure you dont mean Enema?
mel the bell wrote:
well how do you think he got top poster in one mad spurt :P
I know what I mean...
There's a law against that type of thing.
It's still legal for an Englishman to kill a Welshman that strays across the border as long as the Englishman has taken weekly longbow training.
I'm sure that law can be put to use here?
in my spare time I nurse in Operating Theatres :)
She's in bed, so I'll reply for her :smile:
She is actually an ODP but when she tells people that they just go 'huh?' and when she tries to describe her job, the response is 'so you're a nurse then'.
It's not worth the hassle!
The worst of it is that she doesn't get to wear a nurses uniform (apart from the wipe-clean one I got for her).
Does that clear things up?
I've just spent three months in Theatres, and I have to say - unless you work in recovery, it's a criminal waste of a registration, imo. Anaesthetist/ODPs look after the patient, Surgeons do the work...
And the registered nurses, who spent three years *minimum* learning how to care for people, stand there scrubbed, passing instruments in and out and retracting/holding the laparoscope if they're lucky.
Rant over, go about your business :-p
nurses play a huge role in patient care in theatre and patients still require all the basic nursing skills they recieve on the ward...
And I truly believe the biggest waste of nursing under current practices is to take a promotion beyond the old E grade.
Just out of curiosity Dunny which area of nursing do you want to work in when you qualify?
Wound management?? I think you've been hanging around the HR department too much!!
Isn't that the same as when they changed bin men into 'waste management'?
I am of course selectively quoting.
I thought it was Sanitation Engineer. :)
Just going off-topic by returning to the original topic for a moment (?). What made you choose muddywho as a username? Does it mean anything? :)