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When does nursing-related humor cross the line?

Humor is one of the many ways that nurses cope with the challenges they face on a day-to-day basis. It’s therapeutic and it can allow you to share your frustrations in a safe and understanding environment. But when does patient-related humor cross the line and become inappropriate?

In this episode of “The Katie Duke Show” on ScrubsBeat, Katie Duke discusses this controversial issue and poses a very important question to you all, her fellow nurses. Take a look and share your thoughts in the comments below.

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2 Responses to When does nursing-related humor cross the line?

  1. Wendydean

    Humor & Alcohol is how I cope!

  2. Ashley Hopwood

    Luckily I have friends that appreciate my nurse/off beat/crude/coping mechanism humor. All my friends are either in the medical field (RN, LPN, CNA, EMT, SLP, APRN, CNM, nursing students) or roller derby girls… Also, bourbon. Bourbon helps me deal. I get off work, am home after my son is off to school. Have me a drink or two then go to sleep. I keep my flask full and in my bed waiting!

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