Case Study: Misery Love Company

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Misery loves company, they say. That’s why the third Thursday of the month was bar night for all surgical personnel. Everyone was invited and came to do a little socializing among the nurses, doctors, and the technicians. What happens during these after hour delight sessions stayed within in the walls of the institution. Dealing with illness and surgery was grueling and took a toll on hospital personal. Thursday night seemed the time to displace egos for a while and appreciate your sense of worth. They developed camaraderie during these Thursday nights. The OR was an unfriendly and business oriented environment. Precision and extreme focus was found throughout the day. This was the time where they could share and discuss situations in a nonthreatening way. A sense of belonging was sustained for these few hours.…show more content…
She felt a greater sense of belonging with the operating room nurses. Since she wasn’t on the same level of professionalism with them and wasn’t a threat to them. The female colleagues, during the Thursday night festivities, remained challenging to each other by expressing the top version of fashion where others tried to outwit each other by seducing their male counterparts. Brooke always thought that these parties as pure entertainment. She did not accept the single females coming on to the married ones. She never crossed that line and maintained marriage as a sacred vow between two people. If you couldn’t trust your partner then whom could you trust. These nurses could be especially dangerous if a doctor they were interested in seemed more interested in you. Female nursing colleagues do not fight fair and would do anything to remove their competion from the department in order to allow them to pursue their physician of choice. They would lie and be deceitful in order to create a bad rap against their competition by eventually reporting false

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