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What kind of snacks can I get for the nurses at the floor where I had my clinicals?

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i'm a level 1 nursing student and there's about 3 days left of clinicals. my clinical professor told our group to get something for the nurses at the floor since they were so helpful. one girl is going to bring brownies, another one said cookies. i wanted to bring something in too but i wasnt sure want. i didn't want to bring drinks. what are some things i can also bring for the nurses that they would like?>

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roser13 has 17 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg, Ortho, ASC.

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I don't know the answer to your question. Not all nurses like the same things and no one can predict what "your" nurses would like.

Just bring something that you would like. Chances are that others will like it also.

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i'm a level 1 nursing student and there's about 3 days left of clinicals. my clinical professor told our group to get something for the nurses at the floor since they were so helpful. one girl is going to bring brownies, another one said cookies. i wanted to bring something in too but i wasnt sure want. i didn't want to bring drinks. what are some things i can also bring for the nurses that they would like?>

Actually, maybe you could whip up a really cool frothy drink in a cooler or something and bring in limes, ice, cups, etc....Drinks could be interesting, too...And well remembered...

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linearthinker has 25 years experience as a DNP, RN and specializes in FNP.

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Please, I beg of you, skip the junk food and bring some fruit and a veggie tray!

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you will get alot of different responses b/c everyone likes different things...our group made a easter basket fillwed with goodies..seemed appropriate due to holiday..whoever didnt each chocolate or candy, oh well...we couldnt please everyone...basically its to simply show a token of gratitude..nothing more...dont stress it...

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SlightlyMental_RN specializes in chemical dependency detox/psych.

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My biggest hit was when I brought chocolate-dipped strawberries.

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Please, I beg of you, skip the junk food and bring some fruit and a veggie tray!

There's always room for dark chocolate pieces on a fruit tray.

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Baked tortilla chips and salsa. Bean dip could be nice for some protein. Chips and salsa is often a big hit. Hummus and pitas chips could be fun too. Veggie and dip is nice as well. Truth is people will eat what you put in front of them. lol

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JBudd has 38 years experience as a MSN and specializes in trauma, teaching.

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Those nicely done fruit bouquets, to balance your fellow student offerings. Love those strawberries!

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