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NurseTalkPublished 6/28/2004

The question of the week asked was:

If Ben and Jerry's were to come up with an ice cream for ER nurses, what would be in it and what would they call it?

Here's what some said...


"I think I'd have to call it 'Organized Chaos,'" said Jaimie Smith, RN. "It would have to be coffee ice cream with lots of chocolate -- both essential to an ER." Jaimie Smith, RN Longmont United

"I think I'd call it 'Septic Spinal Tap' and it would have vanilla ice cream with pistachios and cherries." Shane Munnelly, RN Longmont United

"'I'd call it Psych Triage,'" said Cheryl Swift, RN. "It would be neopolitan, with each flavor fighting for dominance, buried deep under a layer of fudge, and topped with nuts." Cheryl Swift, RN Longmont United

"It would have to have lots of chocolate, so maybe chocolate ice cream with chocolate brownie, chocolate chips and fudge swirl -- I think I'd call it 'Code Brown.'" Sue Levine, RN Longmont United
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