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4 literary Pins for nurses

Back-to-school season makes us want to head to our nearest bookstore and crack open a real-life book. Whether you haven’t yet escaped the life of a nursing student and are letting out an audible groan at the idea of more reading or can’t remember the last time you actually held a physical book, here are some lit-themed Pins we think you need to see. They’ll help get you in a back-to-school state of mind (even if you’ve been out of school for years!).

 

Words to remember during those particularly difficult night shifts.

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There’s nothing like drinking your coffee out of a mug with one of Shakespeare’s famous zingers.

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Bring this Pride and Prejudice pillow to work in case you ever get a chance to use the break room.

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We bet you “lose” a lot of writing utensils, right? These clever pencils help you identify the coworkers who have permanently “borrowed” yours.

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  1. tom combs

    Limiting or doing without pleasure reading is one of the sacrifices medical training demands – ouch!
    For those who love the wonder and enjoyment that books bring the months or years of lost pleasure-reading is a big loss. Get it where you can!
    If interested in an edgy suspense-packed read with an underpinning of credible critical care please consider checking out this earlier Scrubs article
    http://scrubsmag.com/physician-author-tom-combs-on-life-in-the-er-nurses-and-his-book-nerve-damage/
    All the best to those studying in preparation for their noble and meaningful work.

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