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Everyone’s first year of nursing when working holidays can be tough, says Allana Covi, a registered nurse for six years working in trauma and ICU in Pittsburgh, Pa. As a supervisor now, Covi says scheduling is done by committee at her unionized facility, where most schedules are 12 hours, with some being eight hours.
Show and Tell at Work Day – January 8. Show and tell shouldn't just be for schoolchildren! Give your employees a chance to show off interesting mementos or talents at work on this quirky holiday. You'll learn more about your co-workers and create a positive, uplifting atmosphere of support.
2018 Nursing Holidays. January. National Blood Donor Month January. National CRNA Week January 20-26. IV Nurse Day January 25. February. PeriAnesthesia Nurse Awareness Week February 4-10. Critical Care Transport Nurses Day February 18. March.
The holidays can be a hard time for nurses to maintain work-life balance when illness, injury and death rates increase. 3 steps to improve the lives of nurses through the holidays Becker's Healthcare:
In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, eight healthcare CEOs and CNOs wrote thank-you notes to front-line staff members who serve patients daily — nurses. Joel Allison. President and CEO of ...
Oct 21, 2019 · The best way to express gratitude to a nurse or doctor for their time, effort, hard work, professionalism, and excellent care is to send a thank you note and let them know how their medical services or advice really made you feel.