South Florida RN wins Nurse Photo Contest!

Photo of cath lab RN Ja'el

Cath lab RN Ja’el

Ja’el, a catheterization laboratory RN at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida is the latest winner of the NurseRecruiter.com Nurse Photo Contest!

Ja’el will receive a $100 Amazon.com gift certificate.

Send us your best photos for a chance to be the next winner of the Nurse Photo Contest!

 

 

Collage of nurse photos

Some of the photos we have received from nurses since starting the nurse photo contest in 2013.

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.

  • To enter, contestants should email their photos to contest@nurserecruiter.com
  • An unlimited number of entries are allowed
  • The winning photograph and photographer will be selected by NursingJobs.us
  • The winning photographer will receive a $100 Amazon.com gift certificate by email
  • 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 NursingJobs.us and their immediate relatives and household members are not eligible to enter or win the contest

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“Real” nurses? Does that speak of All nurses or just RNs? I am an LPN & want to enter, but not sure if I qualify. I am however NIH Stroke Scale & ACLS certified . I do have an RN education, just missed the mark by a 10th of a point. Been a Stroke nurse for 3 yrs now & do orient new RNs. They really should change that name. ALL Nurses are “REAL”

Hi Stacy,
Thanks for commenting! As an LPN, you definitely qualify to enter the photo contest and as a “real” nurse. By “real nurses,” we just mean actual nurses as opposed to models in nurse uniforms and costumes posing for stock photographs that are often used in marketing campaigns portraying nurses. We want to portray an authentic image of nursing to the world so instead of settling for using stock photos of fake nurses, we decided to ask the many nurses who use our nursing job board to send us their own, real, photos and let us use them to better represent the face of nursing to the world.