You may be short on time, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have an eye for a good buy. Here, we do the legwork for you; all you have to do is click away.
Shear beauty Trauma is serious business, of course, but there’s nothing wrong with tools—like these bling-y trauma shears—that brighten the mood. They’re perfectly functional, too; the glitter is sealed in.
Just in Case Need a mantra? Here’s one that you can see every time you look at your smartphone, while giving it drop insurance at the same time
Well organized In life you carry a purse; why not while on the job? It just makes so much sense. Everything you need goes in this multi-pocketed nurse’s purse, meaning no more running in and out of patients’ rooms looking for the right stuff.
WHAT’S THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS?
Would you rather work at Princeton Teaching (the hospital in House) or Seattle Grace (the hospital in Grey’s Anatomy)? Would you rather be married to a doctor or another nurse? You can find these and other hypothetical, all-in-fun questions—as well as pose some of your own—right here on the Scrubs website.
CODE HAPPY UPDATE
Do you have Scrubs’ Code Happy? It’s the app that takes the word “code” from a negative to a positive. When you “Call a Code” on this app, you’re seeking (and quickly receiving) help from those who truly “get it”—your fellow nurses. The latest version has a whole new look, with multiple updates based on user feedback. Here are the top two requested innovations:
MORE SUPPORT Thousands of nurses message requests for advice and support every day. Now you can filter by specialty, city, workplace, school and profile (student or nurse).
MORE MESSAGING Nurses can now send a thank-you message to others who’ve sent them advice, then continue a private conversation. Available on iPhone, iPad and Android here.