When the World Health Organization announced that 2020 would be the Year of the Nurse, no one could have predicted what this would really mean. Nurses have been at the heart of this global pandemic since the outset. Bravely fighting. Selflessly sacrificing. And demonstrating, yet again, why nursing has been recognized as the trusted profession in the nation.
During Nurses Week, May 6 – 12, our celebrations will be at a distance, as the world continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. And although we know nurses don’t have much time to stand still, we want to use the week to show our gratitude and appreciation for all those who exemplify Portraits of Courage.
We’ve created signs for you to print, color and put in your windows or use as a prop. Share with us your finished work, using #ChamberlainUniversity, and let’s show our nurses the strength of community!
Follow along with us on social media for more Nurses Week celebrations, including our Portraits of Courage series featuring Chamberlain nurses. A series of three live broadcasts on Facebook and LinkedIn, will also feature varying perspectives on what courage means during our Conversations on Courage.
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