Dr/Nurse relationships Watch

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Has anyone dated a nurse/doctor? Maybe I watch to many soap operas - i blame ER, but it seems like a nurse/doctor relationship would be great. You would have similar hours, understand each others jobs. Or it might be the exact oppposite and just be to much pressure for the relationship to last.
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to be honest, when i was doing work experience the doctor/nurse relationship seemed kinda distant...
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There's quite a lot of flirting, but not so much relationships - tends to be nurse/nurse - doctor/doctor where I am or completely outside the health service.

You probably wouldn't end up with the same shifts anyway - you've been watching too much Holby
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Haha.

It's much more common in dentists.

Dr/Dr is the way to go (at least they'll speak English).
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Dr's and nurses also seemed quite distant at my hospital, but I know of one relationship that seemed to be going well between a doctor and a nurse.
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(at least they'll speak English).
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Unfortunately, nurse's uniforms are nicer than scrubs, so we all know who the lovely junior doctors will be eyeing up...
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so we all know who the lovely junior doctors will be eyeing up...
In my experience, freshers! The dirty sods!
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In my experience, freshers! The dirty sods!
Ah, one advantage of keeping innocent Freshers away from the hospitals
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Ah, one advantage of keeping innocent Freshers away from the hospitals
The problem is keeping the docs outta the Union
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Unfortunately, nurse's uniforms are nicer than scrubs, so we all know who the lovely junior doctors will be eyeing up...
Have you seen most nurses?

I thought nurses and doctors tended to be arch enemies...
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In my experience, freshers! The dirty sods!
Indeed.
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The problem is keeping the docs outta the Union
Ah, I have to say, I haven't seen many doctors up in the college bars (no central union building) - so at least our Freshers only have the 3rd years to worry about. Our anatomy demonstrators (SHO surgical trainees) did invite us all out a couple of times, but don't think there was much scandalous gossip. Wouldn't put it past some of the junior doctors to try it on with the new clinical intake though.
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My gran was a nurse and my Grandpa was Doctor but that started a long time ago so probably things are different now
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has any1 come across some snoby consoltants/dr's who look down on hca's and even nurses
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has any1 come across some snoby consoltants/dr's who look down on hca's and even nurses
Who hasn't? It also works the other way round, with nurses being judgemental, and not giving medics a real chance...
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has any1 come across some snoby consoltants/dr's who look down on hca's and even nurses
Cos we all know that all HCAs are ****ing excelent and sainly.... :rolleyes:
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Concerning heterosxual relationships: If it works, then only with a male doctor and a female nurse. Female doctor and male nurse is usually looked upon as inappropriate in my experience. A bit like "marrying/dating below one's standard". So there are only doctors left for the female docs, preferably higher up the ladder... Or people completely out of the profession (best in my experience, you don't go on talking about work and patients so much at home)

Not saying that any kind of relationship can work, but it is sniffed at....
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Concerning heterosxual relationships: If it works, then only with a male doctor and a female nurse. Female doctor and male nurse is usually looked upon as inappropriate in my experience. A bit like "marrying/dating below one's standard".
Not saying that any kind of relationship can work, but it is sniffed at....
Thats a very good point!

i think that female doctors are scared to data a lower ranking male?
this is b'cuz its like being the patient, but really its not wearing the trousers in the relationship:p:
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Thats a very good point!

i think that female doctors are scared to data a male nurse?
this is b'cuz its like being the patient, but really its not wearing the trousers in the relationship:p:
Why would we be scared of them?

Or *stereotype alert* how likely is it that many of them would be interested?
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