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COVID-19 Conversation with Not-So-New-Grad, Nurse Sarah

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COVID-19 Conversation with Not-So-New-Grad, Nurse Sarah

During this year’s Nurse Week, Host D checked in with a guest from Season One, Nurse Sarah, who is currently tending to COVID-19 patients in Florida. Nurse Sarah has now…
June 15, 2020
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COVID-19 Conversation with Not-So-New-Grad, Nurse Sarah

During this year’s Nurse Week, Host D checked in with a guest from Season One, Nurse Sarah, who is currently tending to COVID-19 patients in Florida.  Nurse Sarah is a truly amazing voice on social media who uses her Instagram platform to address disparities in healthcare and share what it’s been like working in the COVID unit. Last time we spoke with Sarah, she was transitioning from new grad to bedside nurse. Nurse Sarah is now two years in and speaks out about her current abnormal nurse reality working as an RN in a COVID unit in one of the country’s hardest hit areas. From incredibly untimely hospital budget cuts to the lack of PPE to the dangerous toll that this pandemic is taking on health care providers, D and Sarah emphasize the importance of understanding the magnitude of this pandemic. 

Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! You can follow Nurse Sarah on Instagram @ShesinScrubs. Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram – we love reading and sharing them! 

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