Hospitals in peril? Only 1 in 3 nurses plan to stay on job after 2025

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Nurses haven’t received the respect they deserve for decades. They work exceedingly long hours, juggle numerous responsibilities on a day-to-day basis, and are routinely tasked with administering delicate medications and treatments — all while getting a fraction of the pay doctors receive. The COVID-19 pandemic greatly exasperated these issues, as the virus …

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Female nurses twice as likely to die from suicide as other women

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Burnout among healthcare providers may have hit new levels during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, the stress from long hours and constant exposure to severely ill or deceased patients can take a massive toll on mental health. In fact, according to a highly alarming study, female nurses are …

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Even with proper PPE, healthcare workers still three times more likely to contract COVID-19

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New research shows a clear discrepancy when it comes to coronavirus infections in healthcare workers compared to the general population. LONDON — A new study is providing further reason for everyone to appreciate and support their local nurses and doctors. Even with proper PPE (personal protective equipment), frontline healthcare workers battling the coronavirus day in and …

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