Nurses and doctors put on their dancing Crocs for a silent disco at a Glasgow hospital. 

DJ George Bowie held the music extravaganza on Friday at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Govan. 

The silent disco is part of a new initiative proposed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde,  the Animating Public Spaces Programme. 
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As part of this, The Feeling Good Sessions are designed to make being in a hospital a more uplifting and a less stressful experience. 

It is hoped that patients, visitors and staff will have a better experience through the use of music and live music performance.

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