A nurse on the frontlines of the battle in opposition to coronavirus is incomes reward for singing to sufferers within the intensive care unit in a bid to carry their spirits. The Ottawa Hospital in Canada shared a video of nurse Amy-Lynn Howson standing outdoors a affected person’s room within the ICU and singing her tune ‘You Are Not Alone’. The video, which has been extensively shared on social media, reveals Ms Howson in scrubs and a face masks with a guitar in hand.
“It’s the most fulfilling thing I could ever do,” she informed CityNews Ottawa. “I know they’re being allowed to feel something that they need to feel – that they’ve not been letting themselves process whatever it is they’re going through. And I know that I’m doing my job if they’re able to have a private moment to feel something and process emotionally what they’re going through.”
This is Amy-Lynn. An endoscopy nurse at The Ottawa Hospital, who has lately been redeployed to the ICU.
Here she is with a good looking tune for our sufferers… “You are not alone”.
— The Ottawa Hospital (@OttawaHospital) April 24, 2021
Footage of Ms Howson singing for ICU sufferers has gone viral on Twitter. It has collected greater than 75,000 views and three,500 ‘likes’.
“The voice of an angel! Beautiful indeed. Thank you to Amy-Lynn and all the nurses and doctors working tirelessly!” wrote one individual within the feedback part.
“What a thoughtful, generous and compassionate thing to do!” one other stated.
“I wrote it about three or four years ago when a friend was struggling with some mental health issues and it reminded me of some of my own struggles,” Ms Howson informed CTV News.
“I’ve been helping out in the ICU I noticed how heavy things have been and I saw how lonely the patients were. I thought if I don’t do this now, when is there a better time to start bringing comfort to the patients just the way I can,” she added.
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