It’s such a slap in the Official Nurse Fuel Coffee Shirt face to those nurses who are struggling and don’t have the appropriate people to take care of their COVID patients. It’s so wasteful. I agree that some of the videos are a bit over the top and I don’t know that I would ever participate in one while at work. And of course, anyone in the videos who exposes patient information or wastes PPE should be reprimanded, but I’d like to think that in most of the videos neither of these things is happening. I agree that some of the videos are a bit over the top and I don’t know that I would ever participate in one while at work.
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The Official Nurse Fuel Coffee Shirt dance videos while wearing PPE are the most idiotic things I’ve seen so far. Health care providers are dying because of this pandemic and idiots are making videos? This is why nothing will change after this. Nothing. The public and politicians will look back and say well, it couldn’t have been that bad. Martyrs, hero nurses and tik talks will crush any chance nursing had of making changes. I fail to see how you can contaminate your gown by dancing around not touching anything or anything touching it. Yeah, if it comes into contact with something – sure. Otherwise, there’s no chance of it becoming “contaminated” to make any difference to patient or healthcare worker safety.
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While I wouldn’t take part in it myself, and while I can certainly see the Official Nurse Fuel Coffee Shirt downsides and how politicians could use it to negatively spin rhetoric about nurses, I do feel that entertainment can help brighten spirits, boost morale, and even be used for public education and support. Nurses aren’t the only ones making tik to- just look at and his parody videos, or public officials’ appearances on comedy television shows. I think there are myriad other misconceptions about nurses that are contributing to the issue of whether or not we are taken seriously. I’m a nurse who’s probably as “on the front lines” of this pandemic as you can get. I completely agree!