Nurses Feel Mental Health Strains After A Year Of Giving Pandemic Care



Nursing is a demanding job in the best of circumstances, but working during the pandemic this past year has taken these strains to a new level. With growing workloads, frequent deaths of patients, and daily risks to their own health and safety, many nurses and other health care workers have been grappling with immense stress, fatigue and emotional trauma. In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Shaina Curran, a traveling nurse who has worked three COVID-19 contracts in the past year, and Jenny D’Olympia, a licensed mental health counselor and assistant chair of the counseling and behavioral health department at William James College.

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