The AOM Collection is a series of poems and / or
"Tributes" designed to honor nurses, healthcare professionals and those in
public service for their hard work, and to commend these individuals for a job
well done. These nursing poems are excellent for National Nurses Week, Staff
Appreciation or as a special Thank you.
NEW: Download a Poem:
Our online Poetry Shop is now
open. The shop will allow visitors to access a poem immediately after purchase.
If you do not receive a link to download your poem immediately after purchase,
email me to receive poem.
note: due to work hours I will not be emailing poem till after 6:30 pm.
All the poems are available in
Text Only Format.
This is not a complete list of tributes. We will be
adding continued tributes and will list them here as soon as they are ready for
viewing. Please come back to see our newest additions.
The nursing tributes were a
result of either; my own personal experience in that
specific nursing field or the result of someone taking
the time to give me an interview about their specific
nursing specialty. Like-wise, the non-nursing tributes
are a result of someone in that specialty giving me an
interview to describe their job role.
Help Us Write a Tribute About Your Job Role:
If you would like to see a tribute about your specific
job role, you can either phone me (Evie) at (407)
654-9529 and we can arrange a phone interview or
click here: to download
our job questionnaire form. You may also send an email to
with the following information:
-Name of your specific specialty
-Job Role Initials (if applicable)
-Pros of your Role
-Cons of your Role
-Describe a day at you job: Describe your day -
what you do. Include what is the most stressful part of
your job, what s the best part of your job, and if there
are any slang terms used in your day to day work
environment, (example: when I interviewed my sister (an
automotive tinter) she described that the term "fish
bowl car" was a term tinters used to describe the most
difficult type of car their is to tint, and while this
was not an official term in the field, it is a common
term known among tinters.
And a big thank you in advance for your time and
willingness to share.