As we ask more than ever from our medical workers, they also must maintain their own health and well-being.
Doctors and nurses are working longer hours under difficult circumstances, namely the immense toll COVID-19 has taken on the health care system’s resources.
Simultaneously, they balance monumental shifts in their personal lives, with children home from school, day cares closed and possibly spouses laid off.
“Most people are in overdrive at this stage,” said Tifany Jamison, an advanced practice nurse and professor of nursing at Governors State University. “We know . . .
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