Nurses play such an important part in your baby's life. I know when my son was born, he was a NICU baby. He had a wonderful team of nurses that cared for him 24/7, while I too was recuperating from my difficult labor.
I couldn't begin to thank the nurses that cared for my son during his difficult first days enough. They were my and his guardian angels. Their kindness and care helped make him stronger and gave me peace of mind.
Pampers is recognizing the hard work that nurses do with their Pampers Swaddlers Thank You Nurses Awards Program. This Awards Program will be honoring nurses from 3 categories.
The categories are:
Labor & Delivery
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Do you have a special nurse in your life that you would like to nominate? Perhaps he or she cared for your child during difficult times. Maybe he or she helped comfort you and showed you how to care for your baby. Maybe he or she got you through a difficult labor. Whatever the reason is, show your appreciation by nominating that special nurse.
Share your stories of nurses who helped make life #betterforbaby by submitting a nurse nomination to the Pampers Swaddlers Thank You Nurses Awards at www.tongal.com/pampersnurses.
Nurse nominations can be submitted between November 9th and December 14th.
· Three finalists, one in each category (Labor & Delivery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Postpartum), will be announced in March and the grand prize honoree will be announced in May.
· The three finalists will be honored with short documentary videos showcasing their unique and inspirational nursing stories.
· Each of the three finalists will receive a one-year membership to the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), attendance at the 2016 AWHONN Convention, Procter & Gamble care packages, and more. Visit tongal.com/pampersnurses for full prizing details.
· In honor of these nurse winners, three Pampers Swaddlers scholarships will be made available to help nurses from underrepresented groups complete their studies toward a Master of Science in Nursing degree.
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