Nurses Week National Video WINNER πŸ₯‡ | Nurse Stefan
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Nurses Week National Video WINNER πŸ₯‡ | Nurse Stefan

My name is Stefan Torres.. and I’m a nurse.. Nurses week is a very important time, it gives
us a chance to relay the inspiration all around us. See day in and day out we get inspired by
patients, and colleagues, and it’s our responsibility to pass that inspiration on to anyone that
we can.. and that’s what I’m here to do. I’m here, spending my days off to make educational
videos, not only nurses, but for the entire population. and to have some fun with it. because life’s better when it’s fun, and no one said learning doesn’t get to be. I believe nurses are the largest population
of influencers in the world Think about it Everybody, at some point in their life needs
help.. and we are on the front lines face to face
with each and everyone of them, k? and that’s POWERFUL. So whether I’m volunteering abroad, or teaching
the youth, or making educational videos for all of you. it doesn’t matter what I’m doing, its not
about me. It’s about the one question I never stop asking.. How can I help?

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3 thoughts on “Nurses Week National Video WINNER πŸ₯‡ | Nurse Stefan

  1. I just found this Channel and I love your videos already. I hope you keep posting as we look forward to more. My daughter and I both have a genetic autoimmune disorder called Majeed syndrome. It kind of mimics Lupus. Only about 15 people in the world have the mutated Gene that causes it is part of the periodic fever panel. Hers is attacking her kidneys and her stomach. She has Crescent kidney disease with so much scarring to her kidney filters. They don't work so she spills blood and protein into her urine. They give her rounds of Rituximab to help keep things under control. She also has Lupus Anticoagulant BUT… with a vitamin K deficiency. So she has to take vitamin K often to help her blood clot because her blood is actually doing the opposite of what Lupus anticoagulant does. If all of that makes sense. Also because all of that she also delt with a bout of HSP (henoch schonlein purpura). All of this started when she's 9 she's now 16. The doctors think it's completely insane for her to deal with all of this at once. She's been through the wringer. The Children's Miracle Network did a story on her which is on YouTube if you're bored one day and would like to check it out. It's called Libby Brooks Miracle story. Anyways my point to this as it's getting longer. We both spend so much time in the hospital so understanding all your jokes and all the funniness is actually Enlightening. Sometimes that's all you can do is joke when this is your world every day.

  2. thank you stefan you are so good β€β€β€β€β€β€β€β€β€πŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŽΆπŸŽΆπŸ’™πŸ’™

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