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  2. Nurses are often thankful for even the smallest victories. Maybe you made it through the day without hearing the phrase "Code Brown" or your new shoes are spotless at the end of your shift. Or maybe, just maybe, you managed to end your shift with the same pen you began with so many hours earlier! Create a meme based on the celebratory nature of the “nurse” in the above photo, submit it in the comments below and you’ll be entered to win a $250 gift card!

    Winner will be announced May 16, 2017

    UPDATE MAY 26, 2017
    The winner of a $250 gift card from is user Supernrse01 whose meme was:
    And that my friends, is how you rock a 16 hour shift.

    2017 National Nurses Week - 7 Days of Giveaways
    Last edit by Brian S. on May 26
  3. 156 Comments

  4. by   Nurseluna14
    When the chief resident on a full moon overnight finally admits you are right!
  5. by   andreawells
    When a surgeon requests you be the circulator on his own surgery,
  6. by   KarmicX
    Pen, stethoscope, and my senses all intact. It's been a good day
  7. by   smartassmommy
    Another day of clinical and my patients survived!
  8. by   HippyChick30
    Now let's keep them off the floor and breathing this shift!!!
  9. by   mcmillanrn
    When you "diagnose" a patient and the resident says you were right
  10. by   Shelley_03
    Nurse: Can you pee in a cup?
    Patient: Absolutely.

    Ahh, it's the little things in life that make nurses happy!
  11. by   Eagle2110
    When you work in busy, short staffed wound care center and all your patients have either a VAC, Total Contact Cast or 10+ wounds and your new hire states "No sweat, I've done this all before!"
  12. by   rschroeder03
  13. by   rschroeder03
    Nurse Manager: All of your patients love you!

    Me: Of course they do
  14. by   Rosimar1979
    When your getting your own chemotherapy and you get up from your recliner to help and orient other patients. It feels so wonderful to be a useful nurse
  15. by   Nancy518
    Yes! Made it through the night in the Dementia unit with no falls, no runaways, everyone asleep and with a full moon.