A Parallel Pandemic Hits Health Care Workers: Trauma and Exhaustion

February 4, 2021

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Presented by School of Nursing

A tally from Kaiser Health News and the Guardian found that more than 3,300 nurses, doctors, social workers, and physical therapists have died from COVID-19. Experts believe the toll is higher. Christopher R. Friese, researcher at U-M, talks about the government’s failure to track health care workers.

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