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#38 How an Intentional and Heart Felt Thank You Changed the Lives of More than a Million Nurses

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#38 How an Intentional and Heart Felt Thank You Changed the Lives of More than a Million Nurses

April 1, 2020

#38 How an Intentional and Heart Felt Thank You Changed the Lives of More than a Million Nurses

The World Health Organization has declared 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

We are thrilled to have Bonnie Barnes and Cynthia Sweeney from the DAISY Foundation on the podcast today.  

The DAISY Foundation was established following a family tragedy to say thank you for the compassionate, sensitive, kind care nurses provide. The DAISY Foundation provides a vehicle to recognize and honor nurses for extraordinary care.

The DAISY Award is a form of meaningful recognition of nursing care that focuses attention on what is good and right in healthcare and is a bright spot for nurses in a challenging and ever-changing healthcare landscape. 

This is an inspiring episode that shines a light on how important intention is and how significant the impact can be when we act with intention.  We hope you’ll join us. 

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