sending love and gratitude wishes for international nurses day 2023
Nurses are the backbone of our healthcare system. They work hard on the front lines to make sure that patients around the world are healthy and happy. On International Nurses Day in 2023, we should show our thanks and appreciation for how hard they work and how selfless they are. Nurses work hard every day to save lives and bring comfort to patients.
We are here to love and thank these amazing people who go above and beyond every single day. Join us and let’s celebrate International Nurses Day 2023 together like never before!
International Nurses Day 2023: A Brief Start
On May 12, 2023, when we celebrate International Nurses Day, let’s think about the nurses who spend their whole lives taking care of other people. These men and women put in a lot of hard work to make sure that their patients get the best care possible. They are the unsung heroes of the healthcare field, and we should be thankful for them.
Let’s send love and thanks to the nurses who have helped us on this day. We appreciate your hard work and dedication. We appreciate everything you do.
History of International Nurses Day
Every year on May 12, the day Florence Nightingale was born, we celebrate Nurses Day. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) made the day a holiday for the first time in 1974. This date was chosen by the ICN because it was the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s important work during the Crimean War.
In 1953, Dorothy Sutherland, an American nurse who worked for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, suggested that President Dwight D. Eisenhower declare a “National Nurse Week” in honor of Florence Nightingale. Her idea was accepted, and in 1954, National Nurse Week was held for the first time.
Sutherland also asked for an official day to be set aside to honor nurses all over the world. In 1965, the first International Nurses Day was held. The ICN chose “Nightingale: The Woman and Her Legend” as the theme for that first event to honor both Nightingale’s life and work.
International Nurses Day has been celebrated every year since it started, with a different theme chosen by the ICN each year. Some past themes were “Nursing as a Force for Change: A Vital Resource for Health” and “Delivering Quality, Serving Communities: Nurses Leading Care Transformation.”
Ways to Show Gratitude and Appreciation for Healthcare Workers
On International Nurses Day, we send our love and thanks to everyone who works in health care. In the fight against COVID-19, you are real heroes. Here are some ways you can thank them for everything they do:
1. Send an e-card or a thank-you card. Sending a thank-you card is a simple way to show how grateful you are. You can buy great cards online or at a store near you.
2. Donate. If you can, you might want to give to a healthcare charity in honor of all nurses.
3. Tell your story. Have you or someone you care about been helped by the amazing work of medical professionals? Use the hashtag #ThankYouNurses to share your story on social media, or write a letter of thanks that we can send to the nurses.
4. Give your time away. If you have some free time, check to see if there are any ways you can help out at a hospital or health clinic near you. Every little bit helps, whether it’s running errands or being there for someone emotionally.
Quotes, Messages, and Wishes To Share With Healthcare Workers
On International Nurses Day, we honor the great things nurses do for society. We are also aware of how hard their lives are every day. We’ve put together a list of quotes, messages, and well wishes to share with healthcare workers as a way to show our support and gratitude.
“Nurses are the heart of healthcare.” – Unknown
“A nurse will always give us hope, an angel with a stethoscope.” – Carrie Latet
“Nurses are real angels in disguise.” – Anonymous
“Nurses are angels in scrub suits.” – Author Unknown
“To do what nobody else will do, in a way that nobody else can do, despite all we go through; that is to be a nurse.” – Rawsi Williams
“Caring is the essence of nursing.” – Jean Watson
“I think being a nurse is the most honorable thing a person can do.” – Maya Angelou
Messages and Wishes-
Happy International Nurses Day! Thank you for your hard work and dedication. You are true heroes!
On International Nurses Day, we should be proud of how far we’ve come and keep working for change. Thank you for your passion and dedication, from Florence Nightingale to the nurses of today!
Let’s take a moment on International Nurses Day to thank nurses for all they do for us. They are unique people who deserve our respect and admiration. Thanks a lot
Examples of How People Are Celebrating International Nurses Day 2023-
On May 12, people all over the world celebrate International Nurses Day by sending love and thanks to nurses everywhere. Here are some of the ways people are having fun:
President Biden has declared that May 12 will be National Nurses Day in the U.S. He has also made a public statement about how important nurses are to our society. “Nurses are on the front lines of our nation’s response to COVID-19, and they have helped save lives and keep our communities safe,” the proclamation says. The president also asked Americans to thank nurses by sending cards, giving money to organizations that help nurses, or just saying “thank you.”
The Canadian Nurses Association has started a campaign across the whole country called #ThankANurse. The campaign encourages people in Canada to thank nurses by posting messages and stories on social media with the hashtag. People can also send thank-you notes to nurses all over the country through a website that is part of the campaign.
In Australia, the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation is holding several events all week long leading up to International Nurses Day. There will be an online forum on May 11 where nurses will talk about their experiences during the pandemic. On May 12, Australian musicians will pay tribute to nurses in a virtual concert. The federation is also asking people to give to its Nurses’ Memorial Fund, which helps pay for nursing school and helps the families of those who have died.
Ideas for Making a Difference in Your Community-
There are many ways to make a difference in your community. Here are a few suggestions:
1. Help out at a hospital or nursing home in your area.
2. Give blood regularly.
3. Help out at a soup kitchen or food bank.
4. Raise money for a good cause in your area.
5. Help a nurse who is just starting.
6. In your community, speak up for health care reform.
7. Speak up if you see someone being mistreated or treated differently because of who they are.
8. Offer to help another nurse who is having a hard time with a patient or situation.
End Note On The International Nurse Day –
International Nurses Day is a chance to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication of nurses all over the world.
We hope that our ideas have helped you find the perfect way to thank all the amazing nurses who spend their lives caring for others. Let’s use this day as a step towards truly honoring nurses, who are often undervalued and overlooked, but whose work is so important to our society.
Lastly, this is not the first time we are showing concern and love for our helpers, such as workers and others. You must visit our post on Labor Day , post on women’s day and more.