Charm Beads For Healthcare Workers

Just as we mentioned in previous posts, charm beads can be used as a way to express a career or passion. We know of several nurses who request specific charms that remind them of what they do at work. This is a great way to help share your identity with those around you and connect with other healthcare providers. Often times those who purchase healthcare themed charm beads can get discounts for other things in their field. If you’re needing ACLS certification you should read United Medical Education reviews. Several medical professionals have written positive reviews about United Medical Education and the special discounts they offer their students. You can also read more reviews here.

If you’re interested in seeing our charm beads related to medical professions send us an email and we will be happy to reply with a detailed catalog. We often update our inventory and prices so even if you’ve purchased charm beads with us in the past we likely have several new ones that you haven’t seen.

Charm Beads For Doctors With ACLS Certification

While those doctors who have earned their ACLS certification it won’t say it on their name tag at work. Some of our female doctors choose to use charm beads to show that they have completed their ACLS training. This is generally shown with a charm of a heart with a heart rhythm going through it. The charm bead that some people choose can depend largely on the company a doctor or nurse uses to certify. If you chose to certify in ACLS, PALS, and BLS through United Medical Education you should consider getting a charm bead that is similar to their logo.

Charm Beads In the Hospital Setting

Charm beads are not appropriate for every hospital setting. Obviously if you work primarily in the operating room then you can’t have jewels dangling from your wrist. There are other options. You can wear the beads on a necklace or on an anklet. The most important thing is that you constantly keep the charms clean regardless of what you’re doing with them.

Placing Them On Scrubs

Yes, you can place charm beads on scrubs. We have seen a lot of nurses especially get into turning their boring scrub outfits into a fun uniform. This is most common among nurses who work with children. It is especially trendy if you’ve ever visited a children’s hospital to see nurses who have made a real effort to build a comfortable environment where children can feel save. It is important that children have something familiar and fun when visiting the hospital because they generally are not used to being there. Many of these nurses who work with children have earned their Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification and show it through their charms.

Other articles of clothing that you can put charms is shoes. Since the charm beads are removable, I know people that move charm beads from one pair of shoes to another, and mix and match depending on where they are going. This does often result in the charms getting dirty but it’s nothing a little soap can’t fix.