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Hey guys!!! Ever wondered how to be eco-friendly as nurses? Probably not, but I’ve decided to share some tips with you guys anyways! Hope you enjoy, Justine xo

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Graci Winfree says:

Hey Justine! I was going to share something I found on amazon that you reminded me of when you mentioned the placemat. There’s a lunchbox brand that makes their lunch bags where they Unzip into a flat placemat. I’ll put the link in this comment! Just an idea!


celinatalk says:

I love that you made this video! I am a new subbie and haven't seen anyone take this approach before! I was listening to your suggestions and I have some of my own to add that stems from yours! I am a tech at a hospital while finishing nursing school and so I learn a lot of strategies! When I take a patient water, I only fill up the cup 3/4s of the way because people usually let me pour the little bit they have left in their new cup. Also I check the cup everytime I enter the room to ensure they always have water. As for gloves, I try to cluster care too but also doing your least contaminating tasks first so you don't have to change your gloves! Such as when I am getting vitals and glucoses, I get vitals first because after I get a glucose I have to change gloves due to blood. It's the little things that make a huge difference! I wish my hospital recycled! We go through so much cardboard its insane!!

Milly Johnson TheOnlyOne says:

Love you and your content!
Just a thought, reusing a medication cup would be a breach of infection control in my mind. I love the idea of recycling though I will be attempting to make this a new habit!

Wajahat Shah says:

like your style of teaching

Jamie zhuang says:

same med cup, infection control?

Fluffy Mimi says:

I've come up with exactly the same things to do 🙂 And I'll definitely be looking at those ziplock bags! As a placemat I use my cloth napkin, so I have a little pouch with my cutlery from home with a reusable straw and 1 or 2 cloth napkins. They are always so handy 🙂 And I don't know if this is just common sense, but I always take my notes on the back of used paper ( if only one side has been printed or written on). There is generally a stash on the units where I am. Looking forward to your next videos! xx

emma le says:

love it i will talk to my nurse manger,so we can implement it . thank you very much.

angel joseph says:

Thank you..😙 you look so fit now..what are you doing for that??

Olivia Russell says:

loveeee this!!! thanks for sending this message!

Mariah M says:

In my opinion, it's hypocritical if you are unhealthy to the world and to yourself as a nurse. If we are going to preach healthy lives we need to be setting the example!

Camila Gomez says:

hey Justine random question, I'm going into nursing and I'm looking for a watch. Do you have any recommendations ??

Mermaid Atlantica says:

Plastic Free July! I love my reuseable cups. I have a Stojo, a Keep Cup and a Thermos mug, and I bring my lunch in lovely reuseable BPA free boxes, and I have about 4 different waterbottles I use depending on how much water I want to bring. Just bought myself some steel straws!
I bought reuseable ziplocks for my kids lunches last year, was so sick of tossing the plastic ones and sick of spending money on them!!

I also loved my Diva Cup but have since moved on to reuseable cloth pads because I developed a lovely allergy to the bleaches in disposable sanitary pads. Becoming more eco conscious is brilliant. Well done for talking about it Justine!

carlee buffington says:

I'm so excited to see the video about your friend's recycling project! I'm in school to be a surgical tech and I've already noticed SO much preventable waste in the medical industry.

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