5 Reasons to Thank a Nurse on World Health Day

7 April 2020 is celebrated as the World Health Day. The year 2020 has also been designated by the World Health Assembly as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

The work of a nurse and midwife is here to remind us of the critical role they play in keeping the world healthy. Nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response –

  • Providing high quality
  • Respectful treatment and care
  • Leading community dialogue to address fears and questions
  • Collecting data for clinical studies.

Five reasons Why Nurses Need to be Appreciated

1. They Are
Patient Advocates

If you or a
loved one is in the hospital, make sure you are as kind as possible to the
nurses. There is no one you can trust more in the hospital than the nursing
staff. They are true patient advocate. Rushed doctors can sometimes not be as
thoughtful about patient care as they could be, but the nurses are always
willing to fight with the doctors to get their patients the best care possible.

Support the
nurses in their efforts as your patient advocate. If the nurses are urging you
to talk with the doctor about a certain aspect of your care, do it. Nurses
always have their patients’ best interests at heart, and they deserve the
highest of fives for the level of advocacy they demonstrate daily.

2. Ultimate
Lovers of Humanity

One of the
most admirable attributes that nurses demonstrate is their ability to provide
stellar care to every person who walks through their doors. Whoever a person
is, whether they are good or bad, they will be treated equally by nurses.

They ensure
that every patient gets the level of care they deserve as a member of the human
race. It takes an amazing kind of soul to treat every segment of society
equally. The fact that it is just par for the course for nurses shows precisely
why they are so awesome.

3. Their
Bravery Is Remarkable

Because
nurses treat every member of society equally, they are exposed to the best and
the worst it has to offer. While interacting with the bottom rungs of society,
they can be insulted, shouted at and even attacked.

It takes an
incredible type of personality to bravely face a work environment where you
will be exposed to some of the dregs of society. Nurses walk through the doors
of the hospital every day knowing that they may face a mentally ill or criminally
desperate person who could make their work dangerous.

4. There Job Calls Upon best of Fitness

If a nurse
ever challenges you to a walking contest, you better make sure you are in
shape. An average American walks 2.5 to 3 miles per day. On the other hand,
nurses average four or five miles just during their workdays on a 12-hour
shift. The kind of endurance nurses need to respond to many patients
simultaneously while being on their feet all day makes them true heroes.

Just think
about how long the nurses have been on their feet during their shift when you
interact with them? They work so hard and in such a grueling manner that they
deserve to be treated with respect. When you think about getting upset in the
hospital, keep in mind that nurses are doing everything they can to make your
stay as pleasant as possible.

5. They are a True Hero

Because they are so caring and see people at their best and worst, you will find that most nurses are treasure troves of stories. Their stories range from the heroic to the tragic to the hilarious, and you can bet that every nurse has several of the most incredible stories you will ever hear in your life. If you want to make a friend who is caring and full of great stories, there is no better friend than someone who wears nursing scrubs.

Nurses
totally rock with that enduring smile. They do the hard work of taking care of
people when they need it the most. Show love and support to the hard-working
members of the nursing world.

Disclaimer

The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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