Valentine’s Day is Saturday. For many in healthcare celebrating at work, the celebration will happen all throughout this week and next – whenever people are together. I love a good card, and since I couldn’t really find valentines for my coworkers and team members that I adored, I decided to make my own. And now you get to share in the fun, too, because they’re all free. Happy Valentine’s Day…or Week…or whatever. Simply download, print, add an encouraging note on the back, and share the love to brighten someone’s day.
We go together like cisplatin and hydration. Download.
We go together like methotrexate and leukovorin. Download.
We go together like cold beverage and a regulatory-approved ‘drink corral’ in a non-patient care area. Or like routine distress screening and pivotal medical visits. Download.
We go together like carboplatin and the area under the curve. Or like skin assessments and weekly treatment visits. Download.
Don’t work in oncology or have an idea for another healthcare-related Valentine card that’s a little different? Leave a comment. I just might make it and publish it here for you and others to enjoy!
I previously published a free, printable card celebrating nurses who just obtained their RN licenses. I’ve added another version – in red – of that card to the original post.
And thanks to a sweet friend who was looking for a card to celebrate two nurses who recently obtained their OCN (Oncology Certified Nurse) credentials, I’ve updated the cards to reflect that congratulations, as well. Hooray for new OCNs!
Download and enjoy the coral version.
Or, you can download and enjoy the red version.
Nursing school grads left and right are completing their NCLEX exams and gaining their Registered Nurse, R.N., credentials. Today’s free, printable card was inspired by my cousin, Shelley, who just obtained her RN license yesterday. I remember exactly what that felt like…absolutely incredible. I welcome her and the rest of my new colleagues to our amazing profession! Guard those credentials fiercely. State them proudly. Hold true to everything they represent.
This card is available to anyone and everyone, free of charge. Simply download, print (on card stock is best), write your personal sentiments on the reverse, and give, give away. Enjoy!
You can also download the red version.
It’s May 13th (or later depending on when you’re reading this!), and that means one thing…You missed Nurses Week! Gasp! If there’s a nurse in your life that you need to honor, have no fear; two free Nursetopia cards are here to save the day. Simply download, print on card stock or another high-quality paper, and write your message on the back. If you want to download the cards separately, you can grab them here and here to resize and use.
I hope you have one fabulous day today!
Download and print this card to give to someone around you. It just might change the tone of his or her day.
I can’t help but think of all the nursing students beginning new semesters. I wish them all the best. Own it!
You can download this card for free. Sure can!
My day today didn’t necessarily deserve this card, but trust me, I have had pah-lenty days where this card would have been more than appropriate. I hope you never have to give it to someone, but chances are, there’s someone you work alongside that really needs a good laugh – or at least needs to know someone is thinking of her or him.
You can download and this card for free.
I know you feel like quitting. Maybe not now. Maybe exactly right now. If you don’t really want to quit, then don’t.
Download it, and pass it on.
Want to send a resounding (and stylish!) thank you to the nurses in your life this week? Here’s a list of freebies and low-cost ideas just for you. Enjoy!
They’re free. Give, give, give this week. Spread some love. The nurses in your life need it.
Download, print, handwrite your message on the back, and give this card to your favorite triple-‘threat’ nurse – perhaps during Nurses Week, which is May 6 – 12.