Nursing Queens & First Rate Teams: Seattle Children’s Hospital Rocks On with Promise Challenge!

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Anyone who has ever put together a music video or created a film or choreographed a dance can tell you it takes a lot of commitment, time and skill to pull it off!  These nurses at Seattle Children’s Hospital not only have a video to share that highlights skill, knowledge  and compassion that nurses provide, but have a very fun way of doing it!

But before you watch, please take in this Margaret Mead quote, while keeping in mind there are 3+ million nurses in the US and 12+ million worldwide, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

And now check out this 2 minute YouTube a Team of Nurses at Seattle Children’s Hospital created!

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Creative challenges like this for nurse teams is a great teambuilding process.  Individual challenges for nurses can also be exciting as in this recent post:  Dignity Health & NICU Nurse & New App for Parents: A Feast of Collaborative Enterprise in this News Story!

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