The five-minute-long video begins with a Star Wars-style introduction portraying COVID-19 variants because the enemy that “insurgent well being care employees” are working to beat and “restore order to the galaxy.”
The video continues with well being care workers donned in PPE and dancing alongside to Kelly Clarkson’s What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger.
BigDrumMedia produced the video, which director of acute care nursing Sharon Griffin stated was a technique to increase morale for employees.
“There’s simply a lot unhealthy information approaching the COVID entrance and our workers had been very drained, this has been occurring for a very long time,” Griffin instructed World Information.
“The day we filmed it, I actually can say that the issues we noticed that day are priceless. It was simply so good seeing all the workers in each space — as a result of we did this on a enterprise day, and simply to see the folks having the ability to smile and revel in themselves doing one thing that felt fully ridiculous on the time.”
“It was simply actually enjoyable to see all people smile and clearly get the popularity of the message behind the video that they’re there working with nice groups on a day-by-day foundation and that collectively it does make all people stronger after they work collectively throughout the system.”
Griffin stated thus far the video has acquired a constructive response and even reached viewers exterior Prince Albert and people exterior well being care.
“We’ve even had feedback from individuals who don’t know us right here however whose sons or daughters work right here and it makes them really feel higher that there are people are working in an space that’s effectively supported and all people’s watching one another’s again.”
The video has since acquired near 10,000 views.
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