do you all thank your nurses in some way (besides verbally, which of course I do every day)? I have probably 4 more days on this floor, and it's been a wonderful first clinical experience for me. I've had 4 different preceptors, and each one has been kind and eager to teach. I'd like to bring something my last morning to say thanks, and wondered if that was expected/appropriate/weird. I was just thinking of something simple, like a basket of candy and snacks or something, and maybe a card. Is that normal for those of you who stay on one floor for several weeks? Also, if it's common, do you still do it if your rotation is less than pleasant? I know I've read threads about getting gifts for clinical instructors, but I can't remember seeing this topic on here before. We keep the same CI throughout the program, and we stay at the same hospital, but we'll each be on a different floor each time. Thanks!