Post # 46
I work in healthcare and I wear my engagement ring and my channel-set band to work every day. If I need to do a sterile procedure, I just put it on my necklace. I spend much of my week at work and at the gym, and I dont’ really like wearing it to the gym, so if I didn’t wear it to work it would barely ever see the light of day!
Post # 47
I only wear my wedding band to work 🙂
Post # 48
I am a PT and I wear my rings at work now that I work in an outpatient rehab center. I was in ICU before and was not allowed to wear rings.
Post # 49
I’m in administration so I don’t provide hands-on care. Regardless, my stone is relatively low set and without pointy prongs.
Post # 50
thank you! that was very helpful 🙂
Post # 51
I’m a social worker in a healthcare setting, so no direct patient care. I always wear my rings.
Post # 52
Patient care, most of us at the hospital wear our rings!
Post # 53
Oh that ring is so pretty. Could you share where you got it?
Ladies, lovely rings, but what does “OT” stand for? Can’t quite figure that one out!
Post # 54
I’m in medical school right now and have done some clinical work. This is my ring. I wear it on a chain around my neck when I’m doing clinical things. It would definitely rip gloves and I wouldn’t feel comfortable examining a patient with it on anyway.
Post # 55
OT may mean occupational therapist. 🙂
Post # 56
I’m a respiratory therapist. I wear my rings everyday.
Post # 57
I work in direct patient care in a hospital. I definitely don’t wear my e-ring at work. There are just too many germs/risky situations. We picked out my wedding band recently and it’s essentially a thin band so I have the option of wearing it to work, but I honestly don’t think I will. Right now, I wear a silicone band and know a lot of co-workers that do as well. There are a ton of different colors and styles available through multiple companies so I bought a few different ones to chage it up when I feel like it.
Post # 58
Aw, thank you!! He took me shopping at Quest fine jewelry, they have a location in my area (Northern Virginia) and a coworker of his recommended it. They have GORGEOUS rings with really good quality diamonds from what I saw.
And as a PP said, OT means Occupational Therapy 🙂
I have to add that one of my patients took a picture of my ring yesterday! She’s been commenting on it for weeks haha
Post # 59
I wear this to work & to concerts
Post # 60
I work as a doctor in Sweden, and we’re not allowed to wear any jewelry from the elbow down. Most people wear their rings on a chain around their necks. Also, diamonds are small or non-existent on engagement rings in general. I have a plain white gold band, and am thinking of getting a half-eternity as a wedding band.