Thanksgiving is a time to count our blessings. And of course, we have many. But it's also a great time of year to accept thanks from others. Here are 50 reasons a nurse deserves thanks. There are millions more.
As Thanksgiving approaches, we spend more time thinking about the meaning of “thanks.” To me, thanks means “in humble appreciation.” Here are 7 ways to show a nurse appreciation. The seventh is our bonus gift from Nurse.com to you — because the nursing community makes Nurse.com what it is, and for that, we thank you.
“Nurse” and “perfectionism” go together like peanut butter and jelly. Many nurses strive to a high level of excellence and refuse to accept less from themselves. While this is a beneficial asset, and what makes nurses such effective caregivers, having perfectionistic tendencies can also get in the way of success.
From transferring patients to walking miles along the same hallways, a nurse’s muscles are always in need of a little TLC. Epsom salts have long been used as a method for easing muscular aches and pains. Combined with the healing properties of essential oils — and oh! Do they smell divine — you’re on your way to blissful relief. These muscle soaks are as delicious as they are soothing.
Halloween is a fun time of year filled with tricks, treats and the occasional entertaining fright-fest. But who ever thought nursing could be downright scary? Here is Scrubbed In’s list of nursing scares that might make you jump out of your skin (and chuckle, too).