National Nurses Week photos wanted!

NURSES WEEK 2020: The post below is from several years ago, but we are running a photo contest this year too! Find everything you need to know in our announcement or just go straight to our submission form to participate.

Yetunde: “I worked as the Director of Nursing in Silver Spring, Maryland. During nurse’s week, my staff celebrates nursing week by wearing nursing uniform with caps…here’s a group snapshot of nursing team, 2010. We had fun!”

As you celebrate Nurses Week, don’t forget to bring your camera and take pictures to submit to the NursingJobs.us Nurses Week photo contest.  And if you have any photos from past Nurses Week events, we would love to see those as well!

The National Nurses Week photo contest will run from now until May 19th and we will be awarding fabulous mystery prizes to the winners.

Email your photos to contest@nurserecruiter.com by May 24th.

Official Contest Rules

NO ENTRY FEE IS NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE OR WIN. THE CONTEST IS VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW, REGULATION, STATUTE OR OTHER APPROPRIATE LEGAL AUTHORITY.

  • Contest submissions must arrive before midnight CST on May 24, 2013
  • To enter, contestants should email their photos to contest@nurserecruiter.com
  • An unlimited number of entries are allowed
  • Several winning photographs will be selected by NurseRecruiter.com
  • The winning contest entrants will receive a fabulous mystery prize to be determined by NurseRecruiter.com
  • Contestants grant NursingJobs.us a worldwide, perpetual and non-exclusive royalty-free license to reproduce and publish each submitted photo
  • Employees, agents, contractors and owners of NurseRecruiter.com and their immediate relatives and household members are not eligible to enter or win the contest

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Thanks for recognizing us as a whole. Most of us dedicate our lives to do whatever we can to make a person as comfortable as we can within there period of illness. It is a job that I love. I wouldn’t change a thing. I have been in health care for 28years.

Jake Sanchez has been a nurse for a short 7 months. He has seen more sorrow and death than I have seen in my 35 years of nursing. He is compassionate and concerned about every patient. Recently he has had overwhelming challenges with Covid-19 patients who can be stable one minute and diving into instability the next. I pray for the new nurses-that they will reach out for help before the PTSD occurs . Prayers to all nurses during this challenging time