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Have a Happy MOONday

by Nursetopia on August 21, 2017

For all my U.S. friends celebrating the wonder of the first solar eclipse visible from the lower 48 since 1979, here’s a special card to share with those around you. Even if you’re at work, how amazing that you get to share this day with those people. Wherever you are in the U.S. today, I hope you either get to watch the eclipse (via safety glasses or NASA’s live-stream), step outside during the magical moment to experience the circadian rhythm of nature shift, or just sit by the window and catch the wonder of it all.

If you want to share this image with others, you can download it here. Share as is or make a card for your coworkers. I chose to add some Moon Pies, Starcrunch treats, and Cosmic Brownies to the break room for my team on this day. Have a happy Moonday!

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It’s Laboratory Professionals Week, so break out the puns and celebrate these team members who remain so fluid, doing all the bloody work, making beautiful specimens of colleagues. Yeah, we love these people…even if they do have to tell us we need another sample because the first hemolyzed.

Here’s some cards for the week. Download, print front-and-back on some cardstock, and give, give, give away to those glorious team members.

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‘Tis the season for hiring graduate nurses. Staying connected to GNs prior to their start dates is vital for some work markets. Even if you’re not in a tight GN market, remaining connected with GNs after you extend an offer to them through the time they actually start, which could be months, really does start the relationship well. Let’s face it, everyone wants to be thought of, and GNs are stoked to be headed into work with newly-minted degrees and forthcoming licenses. Postcards are an easy and cost-effective way to ping GNs to increase anticipation in joining an organization, and you know how much I love postcards! So, here’s one for my GN series, for use by hiring organizations.

Simply download, print front-and-back on cardstock, label, and mail. Enjoy!

 

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Just because…here’s a cute little graphic you can print as mini cards to hand out or as a large poster to hang in a visible place on the unit.

People make all the difference!

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I can’t miss a holiday made to love on people without creating and sharing some cards! I’ve added 12 more healthcare Valentine’s Day cards to the mix. Simply download, print (on cardstock is best), and paper your friends and colleagues with some holiday cheer.  There’s a bit of something for everyone – even administrators. And if you need a few more options (that love on lab and OR techs to name a few), you can always use the 2016 V-Day cards, the 2015 “we go together” cards, or maybe the 2013 “For the Love of Nursing” image.

Happy Valentine’s Day, You Amazing Healthcare Professionals. Way to love on the world each and every day!

 

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You know I love any chance to celebrate the people around me. Halloween is just one more day to have a bit of fun and brighten the environment. Here are a few cards to help you love on the healthcare professionals around you – whether they’re clinical, administrative, or supportive. Simply print on card stock, add a hand-written note to the back, and give, give, give away!

Happy Halloween! 

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Download “You Are FaBOOlous” here.

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Download “Nightmare Walk Into A Hospital” here.

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Download “Healthcare Professionals Handle the Scary Stuff” here.

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Download “You’re Scary Amazing” here.

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Download “Scary Hand” here.

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Download “Haldol Spell” here.

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Download “Full Moon” here.

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[Free, Printable Card] B positive: Compatible with Monday

by Nursetopia on September 12, 2016

Have a great Monday!

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You can download this card here and share some Monday love.

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[Free, Printable Cards] Hashtag Nurses

by Nursetopia on May 3, 2016

It’s no secret I love cards. Nurses Week is May 6-12, and it’s one of my most favorite weeks of the year because I get to celebrate the awesomeness of the nurses around me. I usually make new cards each year, and this year is no different.

I present to you the Hashtag Nurses series. While these can certainly brighten the days of Nurses Week, they’ll fit any day of the year, as well. Simply download and print front-and-back to get 16 postcard-style cards.

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YouMakeMeSmile

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‘Ace of Hearts’ CARD-iology Encouragement

by Nursetopia on February 19, 2016

It’s Cardiology Professionals Week as well as Cardiac Rehab Week. Do you work with these people? Know these people?

They’re pretty amazing, but I don’t have to tell you that! And they deserve some love and encouragement during the month of hearts.

For example, you could easily take these two images, print them front-and-back on a full sheet of paper or card stock, and write a sweet little note on the face-card side, for one sweet cardiology encouragement. And then you just might be the favorite part of the day.

Just sayin’.

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Download this image.

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Download this image.

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Valentines2016_LubDubValentine’s Day is an “easy” day to thank those around you at work, no matter your role. Gratitude is contagious, and you might be surprised how great you feel after thanking those around you and watching them light up with a smile. Little moments of thanks really can change a day, a week, a unit, a culture.

If you need some Valentine’s Day work-love help, I’ve made images and cards in the past. They’ve been so well-received, I’ve made a new line of 12 free, printable Valentine’s cards available for everyone; not all of them are shown here, so be sure to visit the download link. Simply download, print (card stock is best), add a handwritten note to the blank space on the front or back of the card, and share with your coworkers. Enjoy!

And, no matter your healthcare specialty, if you have ideas for future cards, please share in the comments. Spread the love this season!

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