How Are Nurses Coping with Covid-19?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Nurses have been playing an important role on the frontlines of this ongoing pandemic, but how have they been coping? Four nurses join us from different parts of the province to share their experiences. Guests: Janet Paulson (Kenora), Patricia Munroe (Trenton), Amie Varley (Hamilton) and Vicky Boeteng (Toronto).
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