There are a ton of reasons to give your favorite nurse or nurses a gift: graduation from nursing school, National Nurses Day and National Nurses Week, holidays, birthdays, and just to say thanks for all the hard work they do.
With so many options, it can be a little overwhelming. What kind of gifts do nurses really want? Something they can use on the job? Something to help them relax? Something funny to lift their spirits?
The answer is yes to all of the above. To help you out, we went to the source and asked nurses what they liked getting for gifts and curated the top sellers from all of our extensive lists.
Here are the Top 10 Anytime Gifts That Every Nurse Wants (And Needs).
Keep vital information close at hand with this set of 52 cheat sheet cards for everything from EKG interpretation and labs to OB/L&D and pharm info.
Keep your badge secure, visible, and at the ready with these heavy-duty retractable badge reels featuring an all-metal holder, reinforced ID strap, and steel wire cord.
Coffee is life – especially on those long night shifts. But these nurse-themed mugs are great for any hot bevvy you want tea, coffee, cocoa, or even just good ol’ H2O.
Keep their ice water cold and coffee hot with this stainless steel, double-insulted tumbler that can be personalized with your favorite nurse’s name or words. Features lid with straw.
If you’ve never spent 12 hours on your feet without a break, you can’t truly appreciate the value of a good pair of compression socks. With a variety of colorful patterns and styles, this 8-pack of 15-20 mmHg compression socks increase blood flow, reduce swelling, and help to keep your nurse’s feet feeling great, even after a long night shift.
Soothe your nurse’s sore feet or help them work out the stress knots in their neck with these two great at-home massagers. Sit back and let the stress melt away.
Trauma shears are a great practical gift that every nurse always needs another pair of . . . to cut things.
A stylish, yet effective part of your nurse’s PPE (personal protective equipment), Stoggles offer protective, blue light blocking, and anti-fogging lenses for full-eye protection.
So there you have 10 great gift ideas for any occasion that every nurse would love to get. Let your nurse know how much you appreciate their hard work each and every day.
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