Furtados School Of Music for curating this session
On the occasion of International Nurses Day, Furtados School of Music had organized a music therapy session for the nurses of Masina and Global Hospital Parel, Mumbai that helped the nurses to de-stress themselves, and understand the power of calmness while being on the job. Global Hospital Parel, Mumbai and Masina Hospital realised the need for a therapy that eased their staff and music was the answer to help the nurses regain their mental strength with hope and positivity.
Jessica D’Souza, Chief Nursing Officer, Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai said, “Strengthening the mental muscle of our nurses, we did a music therapy session today that gave us all a ray of hope that tomorrow will be better. We are so thankful to Furtados School Of Music for curating this session to uplift the mood at Global Hospital Parel, Mumbai with the promise of positivity.”
Furtados School of Music, Masina Hospital and Global Hospital Parel, Mumbai decided to influence emotions, feelings and thoughts with music and pay gratitude to nurses by making a difference in their psychological health. This marked the expression of thankfulness for their selfless commitment to the patient’s recovery. Moreover, help them in attaining a sense of mental relief from the emotional stress they have been experiencing for the past two years.
Adding to it Dr Sahir Jamati, Manager of Healthcare Services, Masina Hospital said,” Masina Hospital would like to thank the entire team of Furtados School of Music for arranging such an amazing fulfilled and jamming session with the nursing team of Masina Hospital.”
Tanuja Gomes, CO-Founder and Co-CEO, Furtados School of Music said, “Our frontline staff, who, as we all know, have showcased immense resilience and have selflessly devoted themselves in ensuring the safety of the patients. It’s time for us to rally behind them and help them battle Covid. This is our fight. We should all contribute in our special ways, even if it’s just for 60 minutes of pure happiness. It’s a sheer pleasure for us to use music to spread positivity with our frontline workers and thank them for the sacrifices they’ve been making for us, as music has always been an important component for relieving stress and helping the mind concentrate better.”