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Alexander Pipitone May 5
I’m afraid I’m fresh out of dresses
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Simon Kelly May 5
My son will be mortified to learn that after going through three years of university, ending in debt of over sixty thousand pounds, he can't be a proper nurse unless he wears a skirt or a dress.
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Anna Marks May 5
My pinafore and white cap is in the wash, so this will have to do
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Elle May 5
I save life no matter the uniform I'm wearing. On duty or day off. I'm a proud professional nurse.
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Kate Daley May 5
Guinness world records - shame on you. Nurse runs marathon in an actual nurse uniform and is denied the GWR as they don't consider it to be a nurse uniform. Sigh. Give this hero an apology and the world record!
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Adam Hughes May 5
Fairly sure that I’ve not worn a dress to work. Pretty outrageous
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𝚂𝚊𝚖𝚊𝚗𝚝𝚑𝚊ᴿᴺ 🏳️‍🌈 May 6
I did not expect this ...
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Chloe Alford May 5
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Gayle Letherby 🌹#GTTO #JC4PM2019 May 5
So if she'd had worn a 'Carry on Nurse' costume she'd have been fine 😡😡😡 Nurse fails in London Marathon record bid 'because she wore trousers'
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Tasha Clarkson May 7
Can we also talk about these ridiculously out dated call bells? I do not wear a dress a hat or an apron and I have feet.
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Nicole DePace May 5
Maybe it they had pockets, we'd reconsider. Seriously though, what year is it? Sexist stereotypes like this need to be demolished. Give Jessica Anderson the record! London Marathon: Nurse says she's denied record for not wearing a dress
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#hellomynameis Grace RN 🌹 May 5
sometimes scrubs! Sometimes a dress! Still the same nurse either way :)
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Student Nurse Clare May 5
I'm a student mental health nurse and even when I was placed on a ward, this is what I wore. Uniforms are fairly unusual in mental health nursing
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Nurse Nico May 5
This is when they are about to drain every last drop of cum out of their whimpering patient's bound testes.
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Karen Goudie May 5
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Alexander Holley May 7
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ⓛⓘⓩ May 5
From student nurse to registered nurse, I wear scrubs to care for those in need.
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Anna May 5
Nursing is not about whether we wear dresses, tunics or scrubs, not whether we wear white, blue or navy; it’s about delivering the best care for our patients and their families and I can absolutely promise you that a dress does not make you better at that!
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Evening Standard May 5
The NHS workers are sharing snaps of their uniform with
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Miss Representation May 5
Jessica Anderson was denied a world record for the fastest woman to complete the London Marathon dressed as a nurse because she wore scrubs instead of a skirt. needs to race into the 21st century already.
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