Updated: Feb 22, 2020
Published Apr 6, 2018
No, it's not a typo... one week just isn't enough time to show our appreciation for all that nurses do so we've kicked off our National Nurses Week contests early!
This year, our contests are even bigger than before. We're starting the celebration today with a fun "Fill in the Blank" contest which features two $250 Amazon.com gift cards for the most creative submissions. Early next week we'll launch the second contest and the contests and giveaways will keep coming so you'll want to keep checking back and entering to increase your chances of winning those big prizes!
Fear not, though, because if you don't win one of the $250 prizes you're still eligible to win one of the following items shown in the photo below and more...
Thank you to nurses everywhere and Happy National Nurses Week - even if we are a bit early :).
National Nurses Week Celebration 30 Days of Celebration / 8 Days of Giveaways
As promised, the winner are posted below. Thanks for all of the awesome and creative entries!!! Feel free to share!
NICU Guy, BSN, RN
the patient and their significant other having sex in the bed
AnnieOaklyRN, BSN, RN, EMT-P
...that they pushed it on purpose to let me know they couldn't get to the bathroom on time and fell to the floor trying to get there, and now their hip hurts and their IV is bleeding everywhere!
VivaLasViejas, ASN, RN
...that the baby is already here.
watery diarrhea everywhere
zoidberg, BSN, RN
...my previously pleasant patient's "nurse" family member is at the bedside, and is not happy. "Aunt Peggy needs pain medicine now! I am also hungry, I need a sandwich."
A grown man in a soiled diaper with an erection, asking me to change him.
A burned out old male porn star with a margarita, a tacky mustache,
and a diagnosis of priapism. And lots of hair. And sweat. And he
wants a bath.
That my favorite patient left AMA! Gasp! Nooooooo.....
A patient that has informed me that it's time for their pain medicine because they have set there cell phone alarm in order to wake up and call the nurse to get the pain medicine.
out that it's my patient.
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