Being a nurse is a calling, and we love what we do. However, the work is challenging, especially now as we are still in the throes of Covid-19 after nearly two years.
Last year New York held parades, celebratory events and other ceremonies reflecting on the sacrifices and hard work of health care professionals during the height of the pandemic. As a city, we told ourselves “never again” and vowed to learn from our experiences to avoid ever putting our medical staff, frontline workers, first responders and our families under the same burden. Yet as we celebrate nurses across the nation this year, research shows our responsibilities and Covid-19
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