Fear, frustration, compassion and shame: What nurses are dealing with during the pandemic.

(WARNING: This story contains graphic descriptions that may disturb or offend some readers.) There are close to 450,000 nurses in Canada. Some work in hospitals, some in long-term care homes, some are privately hired, but they all share one commonality. Since the beginning of COVID-19, they have been on the front lines of an international pandemic that has taken more than 1.4 million lives worldwide, including 12,000 in this country. The work they’ve done has been arduous and a risk to […]

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