Happy Nurses Week 2018 From BestNursingDegree!
This year, BestNursingDegree.com is excited to join in the celebration by launching a Nurses’ Week Giveaway and awarding $300 in Visa gift cards to deserving nurses. In coordination with the American Nurses Association theme for Nurses Week 2018, we are encouraging community members to nominate nurses for recognition in the following categories:
- Inspire – Nurses who motivate, encourage, engergize both patients, and other nurses and health care providers within the profession.
- Innovate – Nurses who are changemakers and leaders within the profession, introducing new ideas, methods, research and care practices in health care.
- Influence – Nurses who possess the ability to shape policy, impact other nurses and demonstrate the resolve to create lasting effects on the people and structures within our health care systems.
National Nurses Week Giveaway
We invite you to join us in recognizing the nurses who have made a difference in your life by nominating them for our Nurses’ Week 2018 Giveaway. Winners will be announced at the conclusion of Nurses’ Week on May 12, 2018.
When Is National Nurses Week?
National Nurses Week is celebrated each year from May 6-12, beginning on National Nurses’ Day (May 6) and ending on International Nurses’ Day (May 12) which is also the birthday of Florence Nightingale. Each year, we use this week to raise awareness of the vital role of nurses within the health care industry and to recognize, celebrate and applaud the millions of nurses who provide essential care to patients and communities every day.
Why Celebrate National Nurses Week?
As an established presence within the nursing education landscape, BestNursingDegree.com recognizes the vital importance of celebrating the many talents inherent within the nursing profession, and ability of well-educated nurses to create lasting impacts throughout the span of their careers. It is our sincere hope that we can shed light on the myriad ways nurses are an inspiration to others, how nurses influence their patients and communities, and the role of nurse innovators in improving the quality of care every day.