• 19 August 2019
  • 1 min read

A roundup of our favourite nursing memes from this summer

  • Hattie Kemp
    Editorial team

Let’s face it, summer is pretty much over for us in the UK now. However, we’re hoping that our favourite memes from this summer will still brighten up your day!

1. We all feel this too much...

2. When work calls me on my day off to see if I can come in

3. When you call another floor to give report and one of your friends picks up

4. Being able to pee is a blessing in this job

5. Working night shifts be like…

6. When someone asks how my night went

7. Me at work vs me at home

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8. When you have surgery at 6 and a date at 7

9. Me waking up in the middle of the day because someone is mowing their lawn

10. When you pass by the nurses station and see other nurses chilling but you’re busy AF

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About the author

  • Hattie Kemp
    Editorial team

I publish blogs for Niche Jobs Ltd, covering all aspects within the health and social care industry. I have quite literally read and edited every single blog on each site, and it's helped grow my knowledge within the industry. I am consistently amazed at the dedication that every person within these professions put into their role - their job isn't just a job; it's what they live and breathe, it's in their bones, it's their vocation. And I think that's what we should all aspire to be like.

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About the author

  • Hattie Kemp
    Editorial team

I publish blogs for Niche Jobs Ltd, covering all aspects within the health and social care industry. I have quite literally read and edited every single blog on each site, and it's helped grow my knowledge within the industry. I am consistently amazed at the dedication that every person within these professions put into their role - their job isn't just a job; it's what they live and breathe, it's in their bones, it's their vocation. And I think that's what we should all aspire to be like.