Nurses are showing their solidarity by sharing videos on social media in support of an effort by a nursing staff member to raise awareness of a new disease called triage.
A nursing home in Tennessee posted a video on YouTube that shows the nurse who posted the video, who goes by the name Jill, explaining her job and how she would be working with patients who had died from the coronavirus.
In the video Jill explains that she will be performing an oncology procedure on a patient with advanced cancer.
Jill is also a registered nurse and is a full-time nurse with a full time position.
Jill says she will “be the next doctor.”
In the caption of the video the nurse says she would like to have a chance to “take care of my patients and teach them about the dangers of being exposed to coronaviruses.”
Jill and the nursing home’s other nurse, also known as Jami, both said they would like for people to “please spread the word.”
Jill told the Associated Press that the video has gotten nearly 1 million views on YouTube and her colleagues are in “shock” about the reaction to the video.
Jill and Jami said the video was not intended to cause any distress or anger to patients, but to share their own personal experiences and the importance of triage as a lifesaving procedure.
Jill’s video has since been viewed more than a million times on YouTube.
The nursing home where Jill posted the viral video says it has received hundreds of calls and emails from concerned members of the public who were concerned about the video and its impact.
Jill posted her video on March 10 on YouTube, which has more than 1.4 million views.
The video is titled, “I’m the nurse that’ll take care of you and teach you how to save your life,” and it has been viewed over 100,000 times on the video sharing site.
Jill told The Associated Press on Monday that she is now “deeply grateful” for the support and that she and Jamis colleagues have been “overwhelmed by the positive response.”
Jill said she was also inspired to share her story after seeing her own experience as a nurse and seeing how people were so thankful for her care.
Jill has posted videos on YouTube about how she will help people with cancer.
Her videos have also gone viral and received over 4.5 million views, which is a significant amount of positive media attention for a video that is meant to highlight the importance and value of triaging.
Jill said her video will not go viral because it is aimed at patients who are already very familiar with her and their families.
She said her goal is to show the importance that she places on the care of her patients.
“It is not meant to cause panic, but it is meant that you are in their shoes and it is important to understand that, so it is not a panic tactic,” Jill said.
“What I want to do is show the power of the nurse.
I want people to understand why you are doing what you are saying and not be afraid of it, that you do have to do what you’re told and you’re in their place.
It’s a way of understanding that you’re doing this for their benefit, for their safety and for their comfort.”
Jill is the fourth person to share a viral video about her job with the public.
The first person to upload a viral viral video was a nurse in Germany who posted her own video on June 23, 2015.
The other two videos were posted by a nurse who worked in a nursing home and another who worked as a medical doctor.