Jamie Seale, MSN
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 03/14/2022

Jamie Seale, APRN, MSN, NNP-BC is a nurse practitioner with the Palliative Care Team at Primary Children’s Hospital. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Westminster College and Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Utah. Jamie has worked at Primary Children’s Hospital since 2004 in the Newborn ICU before joining the Rainbow Kids Palliative Care Team in 2016.   She is also a Vital Talk Faculty Educator teaching difficult conversations to professionals in a variety of medical settings.  She enjoys working in palliative care and helping families become advocates for their children.  Jamie feels it is a great honor to be present with these families as they navigate the challenges they often face with their child’s health care needs. In the summer, Jamie is the medical program director for a Camp Hobe, an oncology camp for children and their siblings. Watching the joy this camp brings to so many children is one of the most rejuvenating experiences in her life and part of her self-care. Jamie lives in Sandy with her two adorable Pomeranians, Roxy and Tippi. One of which is a therapy dog at Primary Children’s Hospital.