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What Would We Do If There Were No More Nurses?

From the beginning of the Covid outbreak, nurses have struggled with brutally long shifts, limited supplies of PPE and a frustrating inability to save the dying. And now, many are walking away from a profession that once felt like a calling. Theresa Brown is a nurse and author, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the nurses charged with healing despite a lack of support and how, even as the demand for care skyrockets, the nation faces a severe nursing shortage. Her article “Covid-19 Is ‘Probably Going to End My Career’” was published in The New York Times.