Question by Craig: Can a resident doctor date a nursing student?
Would that be completely unprofessional (if we were only four years apart) or would it still be unprofessional?
For you doctors, would you bypass the opportunity if you really liked her? How would you show atleast some interest without being the least bit obvious to others?
Answer by Randy W
In most hospital they have a Fraternization Claus, which simply means that if you are working in the hospital you can not date hospital staff.
Now I know that this does happen quite allot and as long as the relationship doesn’t show up in the work place you might get away with it. But remember that it’s going to be hard living with someone or dating them and making a relationship work, but it’s even harder with this at work, you will have other that might ogle you partner and you have to bite your tongue so as not to let on about the relationship.
And if you had a fight before breakfast and you really don’t want to see your partner all day, well if you work together tension will build.
So this would have to be a strong relationship, that you will almost have to hide at work.
Check with your Human resources Dept at work before you take a chance of losing your job.
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