*OUR STORY*

Quick 12 was founded by five nurses in Boston, MA.  "Quick 12" was first coined by one of the founding nurses. Initially, the catch phrase was used as a light-hearted reminder that her shift, no matter how challenging of an assignment, would eventually come to an end in 12 "quick" hours.  The powerful nature of this simple catch-phrase's ability to spread positivity and resilience became so evident that we felt compelled to share the intention-setting "Quick 12" phrase with as many caregivers as possible through the development of this brand.

*OUR GOAL*

Talk to any nurse that you know and you'll find out that "burnout" is a real and concerning phenomenon.  Caregiver burnout is a dangerous state of emotional distress and exhaustion that leads to poor patient-care outcomes and reduced caregiver satisfaction.  This form of burnout places caregivers at an increased risk of depression, mental health disease, and suicide.  Nurses and other professional care providers are exceptionally vulnerable to caregiver burnout if they do not have effective measures to prevent it.
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Our goal is simple: To equip nurses and caregivers with the intention-setting "Quick 12" tool to enable them to instantly welcome positivity and resilience to achieving greater satisfaction as a patient-care provider.

*MAKING AN IMPACT*

25% OF ALL Q12 PROFITS ARE DONATED TO  SUPPORT NURSING RESILIENCY & SUICIDE PREVENTION EFFORTS

SUPPORTED ORGANIZATIONS

Mental Health America Inc. (MHA)  Quick Shift LLC donates a portion of all generated profits to Mental Health America (MHA) in support of their continued efforts to promote mental health for all. Learn more about MHA at www.mhanational.org.  

*We encourage you to explore the MHA resources and specifically want to emphasize their Frontline COVID-19 Workers resource page which offers a wealth of assistance, information, and screening tests for mental health conditions that affect caregivers. 

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