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Every nurse should have business cards made for themselves. Don’t let the word ‘business’ throw you here; it’s a calling card to be used for professional networking. You never know whom you’re going to meet that you’d like to stay in touch with – colleague, prospective employer, vendor, etc. Here’s a related article Make the Right Impression with Business Cards

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  1. I agree with the business cards for nurses. I usually get each new RN a box of cards when she finishes her internship with our department. It looks very professional to give a card to patients and families. We receive a lot of positive feedback on the cards.


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