The Ultimate Holiday Shopping Guide For Nurses

Cynira Clay - 11/26/18

The holidays are right around the corner and while some of us may have already finished shopping (we do know some diligent Black Friday shoppers) others may still be scrambling for the perfect gift for their favorite nurse. That's why we made the ultimate holiday shopping guide for nurses.

1. A membership at a gym or yoga studio

2. A Spa Gift Card

Who doesn’t love a relaxing massage, facial or even a stress-free manicure? Let's face it, nurses barely have time to unwind and pamper themselves so surprising them with the gift of relaxtion is one gift that every nurse deserves. After tending to others all day, a nurse could really use a relaxing atmosphere to decompress and relieve tension which will improve their personal wellbeing and ability to care for patients. 

You can purchase a gift card or e-gift card from or

3. Nursing Continuing Education Courses 

Nursing is a lifelong learning process and nurses can never learn everything they need to know from nursing school. Nursing CE or CEUs are a popular and easy way for nurses to stay on top of the changes of techniques, advancements in technology and new information. As vital as CEUs are to nurses, they sometimes forget to fulfill their requirements until the very last minute.

You can take care of this and ease your favorite nurses mind by giving them the gift of professional development. For only $39, nurses can take unlimited CE courses at and complete the state requirements necessary to maintain their license. And you can sweeten the deal if you choose to get them the Career CE package Career CE package for $249 - they will never have to worry about paying for their CE's again in their career. 

4. The 2018 Nurse's Drug Handbook

Jones & Bartlett Learning 2018 Nurse's Drug Handbook is the most up-to-date, practical, and easy-to-use nursing drug reference. Updated annually, it provides accurate and timely facts on hundreds of drugs from A-Z. Written in a no-nonsense style that speaks your language in terms you use every day, it offers concise and consistently formatted drug entries organized alphabetically. 

5. Nursing Gear

6. A Meal Delivery Service

7. FitBit

By nature, a nurse’s job is a very physical one. They are on their feet for ten-plus hours a shift, shuffling around heavy equipment, lifting and assisting patients and taking emergency calls across an entire hospital.  A Fitbit is the perfect way for any nurse to keep track of their own  physical fitness and personal health.

8. Essential Oils

Sometimes it can be very hard for a nurse to relax after a long shift. Giving them portable essentials oils might be just the thing they need to unwind or relieve a tension headache as they can unscrew the top and take a quick breather for instant relaxation.