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This is Our Fire, This is Our Inferno

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“People in the medical field shouldn’t complain because they knew what they signed up for”   For most healthcare workers providing acute care on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic this and similar sentiments seemingly undercut the fear, grief and the incredible stress many are feeling.

Yes, we are trained to fight this type disaster, however the current pandemic has placed frontline healthcare workers and staff in fear-inducing, unpredictable, chaotic, and heartbreaking situations and has radically shifted the way we provide care and may lead to lasting changes.  “The flood gates have opened” The sheer number and rapidity with which COVID-19 patients present to the hospital, develop critical illness, and pass away is something most

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