[Updated] 30 Days of Nurse Appreciation

From delivering high-quality patient care to positively impacting society, nurses are imperative to the success of their organizations, profession and healthcare in general. We’ve found some of the best words that exemplify the exceptional nurse. Which word best describes you or your favorite nurse?

Which word best describes your favorite nurse?

hope
hope
patience
patience
stamina
stamina
teacher
teacher
communicative
communicative
compassion
compassion
kind
kind
details
details
wonderful
wonderful
advocate
advocate
organized
organized
observational
observational
leadership
leadership
concerned
concerned
attentive
attentive
encouraging
encouraging
inspirational
inspirational
professional
professional
determined
determined
admirable
admirable
role model
role model
admirable
admirable
responsive
responsive
gentle
gentle
mercy
mercy
caring
caring
intelligent
intelligent
knowledgeable
knowledgeable
insightful
insightful
intrepid
intrepid
dynamic
dynamic
valiant
valiant
undaunted
undaunted
vbrave
brave
thankful
thankful

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