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Nursing Holidays 2022: Mark Your Calendar!

  • Now more than ever, nurses need a little extra positivity and acts of gratitude. They are tired, overworked, and overwhelmed. 
  • Although every day is a good one to thank a nurse, we have listed all the nursing holidays for 2022, here! Get ready to mark your calendar!  

NCC News & Content Team

December 30, 2021
Simmons University

Nursing Holidays 2022 – Mark Your Calendar!

January

January 23-29: CRNA Week

January 25: IV Nurses’ Day 

February

February 7-13: Perianesthesia Nurse Awareness Week 

February 13-19: Cardiovascular Professionals’ Week 

February 18: Critical Care Transport Nurses’ Day 

March

March 19: Certified Nurses’ Day 

March 20-26: GI Nurses and Associates’ Week 

April

April 10-16: WOC Nurses’ Week 

April 12: Radiology Nurses’ Day 

April 24-30: Transplant Nurses’ Week 

May

National Critical Care Awareness & Recognition Month, Oncology Nursing Month

May 1: International Nurses’ Day 

May 6: National Nurses’ Day, National School Nurses’ Day 

May 6-12: National Nurses’ Week 

May 8-14: Neuroscience Nurses’ Week 

June

June 1: National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day 

September

September 4-10: Vascular Nurses’ Week 

September 8: National Pediatric Hematology & Oncology Nurses’ Day 

September 11-17: Nephrology Nurses’ Week 

September 12-18: National Neonatal Nurses’ Week 

October

October 2-8: National Midwifery Week 

October 3-7: Pediatric Nurses’ Week 

October 9-15: Emergency Nurses’ Week (link blog) 

October 16-22: International Infection Prevention Week, International Orthopedic Nurses’ Day 

November

National Hospice & Palliative Care Month

November 1-7: Medical-Surgical Nurses’ Week, Urology Nurses & Associates’ Week 

November 6-12: Forensic Nurses’ Week 

November 7-13: National Nurse Practitioner Week 

November 13-19: Perioperative Nurses’ Week 

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What Can I Do to Celebrate?

There are so many ways that you can show your appreciation for nurses!  

Whether you are looking to send them a small care package or simply spend some quality time with them during their days off, it truly will mean the world to them. 

Especially over the course of the last two years with the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses have been struggling to stay afloat with increased burnout rates, staffing shortages, and lack of administrative support.  

If you have a nurse (or nurses) in your life, be sure to tell them that you recognize the hard work they do each day and thank them for the many sacrifices they make – it doesn’t take a holiday to do this either!

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