Nurse discounts and the nurse appreciation day are coming back in the UK.
The NHS has announced a three-day event that aims to encourage nurses to spend more time caring for people, according to The Sun.
The NHS NHS has said that nurses will receive up to 50% off all items during the three-week event, starting from June 4.
It will run from June 6-12.
The event will also be themed to nurses.
It is designed to celebrate nurses who are working in the community and to give them a boost during the summer months.
The idea for the Nurse’s Week was sparked after a patient was left with a heart attack and later died.
The patient’s partner was asked to pay for her care and the couple was able to get a full time nurse to help them.
They did not get to see their loved ones, but were able to help with the family emergency and get them through it.
Nurse appreciation days have been held since 2007, and are usually held in the autumn, and involve nurses volunteering to give away gifts and food, while nurses receive cash incentives.
The National Nurses United (NNU) and the Nurses Federation have both called for the NHS to do away with nurse appreciation days.