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Nurses Week Celebrations!

Happy Nurses Week to all the amazing nurses and nurse leaders out there!

Nurses Week celebrations are an excellent opportunity for a hospital to show its appreciation for its nurses.

At WeLoveOurNurses.com, Medical Solutions is celebrating with a variety of activities, prizes, and more. We hope you’ll share this with your Travelers and other nurses as a way for them to celebrate Nurse Week.

The Real Nurses of Nurses Week

A live Instagram feed of nurses from worldwide. Check out photos from other nurses and be sure to share yours with the hashtag #yournursesweek for the chance to win one of these prizes:

Fourth Annual Nurses of Tomorrow Scholarship

This scholarship opportunity is back for a fourth year with one change … a bigger scholarship fund! To help support the development of the next generation of nurses, nurses leaders and educators, three lucky undergraduate or postgraduate nurse scholars will each win $2000 to help with their education costs. Entries will be accepted here through June 6, 2015.

Nurses Week eCards

Free, shareable and downloadable cards in celebration of Nurses Week. These can be posted on Facebook, you can tag your friends, and download them to share via email or through other social sites.

Nurses House 

Medical Solutions supports this national fund for nurses in need, and has started a team fundraising page for their annual Nurses Week effort, Dolphins for Nurses. Many Travelers have told us that they wanted to give back for Nurses Week, so we invite everyone to join the team and help support Nurses House. Click here to learn more or to donate.

You can also send your nurses to TravelNursingBlogs.com to learn about more Nurses Week festivities and freebies. Spoiler alert: There’s free Cinnabon involved!

What does your facility have planned in the way of Nurses Week celebrations?

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Sarah Wengert

Hi, I’m Sarah Wengert, a creative content writer for the amazing Medical Solutions based in Omaha, Nebraska. While I’m not a travel nurse, I love to travel and I truly appreciate the hard, important work that nurses do. I’m very happy to represent a company that cares so much about its people. Thanks for reading!