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Wear Your Scrubs on Your Terms
The Mediscrubs aphorism ‘It’s Not What You Wear, It’s Who You Wear” rings true, as we can see from a study in 2012 from Northwestern University. When Clothing Style Influences Cognitive Style Back in 2012, Researchers examined a concept called “enclothed cognition.” They define it
Mediscrubs are making a global impact with our Scrubs
Nursing volunteers in Africa working with Mediscrubs Over the years Mediscrubs have donated scrubs to various causes, and it’s times like now that we cherish the most. We have recently received some beautiful pictures from Midwife Jodie Cornell who has generously donated her time with
Workplace violence in healthcare
A rising epidemic Health workers are at high risk of violence all over the world. Between 8% and 38% of health workers suffer physical violence at some point in their careers. Many more are threatened or exposed to verbal aggression. These are alarming statistics that
Scrubs for the Modern health professional
Got Scrubs? If you are old enough you can probably recall the traditional image of a nurse wearing a bright white skirt, thick white stockings, sensible shoes, and in most cases a large garment (hat of sorts) worn on the head that varied in size