Fool-Proof Pranks for the Hospital
Hamsa Ramesha | NursingLink
March 24, 2011
- Consider the level of embarrassment or disruption your prank could cause at work.
- What kind of consequences will your joke have? Anything that could be potentially long term or career-damaging should be avoided.
- What’s your motive? If it’s revenge, it’s not a prank. Back off now.
- Who is your victim? If the supervising nurse is your target, tread carefully. Be extra cautious when fooling employees who are higher up the ladder. The higher they are, the harder they fall.
In the meantime, check out these five hospital-friendly pranks that you can use to laugh it up come April 1st! We’ve put together a mixed batch of humorous pranks that won’t get you fired, but will get you laughs.