You're stuck in the hospital, you're sick and feeling lousy, and you need not only care but also information--what's going on? The person most likely to help you with all of these issues is a nurse. Doctors may make the official diagnoses and prescribe the treatments, but nurses are the ones who monitor vital stats, change IV needles, and handle all the other major parts of patient interaction. Is a week too much to thank them for all they do? Honestly, an entire decade probably isn't enough. But let's start with what we can: Nurses Week, the first full week in May.
During this week, it's a great time for healthcare institutions to celebrate the nurses already out working and for schools to celebrate the students in their nursing programs who are soon to join them. Customized supplies like lanyards, pens, clipboards, and even stethoscopes make great gifts. Seriously, have you seen our syringe-shaped pens and highlighters? They're amusing to enough to make even someone at the end of a twelve-hour shift chuckle. Plus, outside institutions can offer special gifts for nurses throughout the week to. Our products will get you ready to observe Nurses Week, stat!