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Gift shopping can be a right pain when you don’t know what to get. A good bet is to find something related to their work. Someone’s work is often also their passion, and a gift that fuels their interest for caring for other people is bound to be a successful gift.
We’ve found 7 gifts a male nurse would love to have around their clinic. A great way to show your appreciation for their support, these gifts are definitely going to provide value in their every day tasks as a nurse.
Gift shopping can be difficult, luckily we have an awesome product that everyone can use. Epic Water Filters makes American Made Water Filters for our water bottles, water pitchers, and under the sink filtration system. Our filters remove up to 99.999% of tap water contaminants. We offer Filtered Water Bottles for everybody, glass, stainless, Nalgene, and Kiddo bottles!Find out more or buy this product here
The uniquely portable Nomader® Collapsible Water Bottle makes on-the-go hydration easy and sustainable for male nurses by taking up minimal bag space, and eliminating the need for wasteful single-use bottles. Designed with a flexible BPA-free silicone body, the reusable Nomader® bottle can be rolled-up and stashed away when not in use, yet it’s as comfortable to drink from as a hard-sided bottle. This innovative reusable water bottle features a patented leakproof cap, an ergonomic carry strap, and a wide mouth for easy cleaning. Additionally, the 22oz capacity (tops off at 25oz) bottle is freezable, heat resistant, and backed by a lifetime warranty. Affordably priced and available in a variety of stylish colors, the Nomader® bottle makes a great gift for male nurses.Find out more or buy this product here
Given that men constitute around 10% of the nursing profession, this book is an incredible study on how to be heard and unleash the unique creativity & perspective that men bring to a female dominated world. Ed Catmul’s story about Pixar’s journey and the role & challenges that Steve Jobs brought to the process in solving the wicked problems they encountered resonates with the complex challenges that we find in healthcare. The approaches Ed Catmul walks through are brilliantly applicable and an excellent road map for those who aspire to lead a healthcare organisation.Find out more or buy this product here
This book shares a story of miraculous medical recovery and how the work of surgeons, doctors and nurses from 13 different hospitals worked to save my life after a coma, organ failure and a total gastrectomy. Throughout my recovery nurses made a tremendous impact, and each chapter highlights a certain nurse that had a lasting effect. This is a motivational and inspiring read for any male nurse.Find out more or buy this product here
I have a four time award-winning book (and Kindle book), 101 Awesome Things to Do for Someone Who’s Sick.
Nurses love it and get ideas for their patients.
It’s also a size that can be a stocking stuffer.Find out more or buy this product here
I thought I would toss out an idea: an infrared vein finder. These hand-held devices make it much easier to locate viable veins, and reduce the stress levels of both nurses and patients about to get stuck with a needle.Find out more or buy this product here
While anything written by surgeon Atul Gawande is an excellent read, nurses, especially men, will devour his book Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End. Gawande’s reflections and personal anecdotes about end-of-life-care will pull priorities into focus and leave the reader longing for intentionality and purpose in their and their loved one’s futures.Find out more or buy this product here