The biggest health crisis of 2017 has hit the Northeast.
It has not only impacted healthcare workers but all Americans, as doctors, nurses, social workers, and social workers all struggle with their ability to care for the nation’s most vulnerable.
We know this crisis has already impacted tens of thousands of Americans, yet this crisis will likely hit more Americans in the coming weeks and months.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the biggest health crises facing healthcare workers across the Northeast, how they are impacting their colleagues, and how to prepare for the coming days and months with the help of the following:Health workers are in a difficult position.
They have a duty to care and protect the health of their patients, yet their job often means sacrificing their health.
The consequences of their decisions are profound and often irreversible.
The consequences of this health crisis are real, yet most Americans, including health workers, are still unaware of the risks and the ways they are being harmed.
This is why health workers are often reluctant to speak out.
The health and safety of their colleagues and the public is not always clear cut.
This is why some health workers feel hesitant to come forward to share their experiences, as well as the consequences of failing to do so.
It is important to remember that health workers in the Northeast have a special role to play in protecting our nation’s vulnerable citizens and the nation as a whole.
As we learn more about this crisis, it will become clearer to healthcare workers how they can best protect the safety and health of patients and their families.
This article was originally published by the Associated Press on June 12, 2017.