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Death, Disease and Denial: Combating COVID in the ER

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Death, Disease and Denial: Combating COVID in the ER

Doctors and nurses can feel as if they’re living in two worlds. One in which patients are getting sick and dying from the coronavirus, and another in which people deny…
February 4, 2021

Death, Disease and Denial: Combating COVID in the ER

Doctors and nurses can feel as if they’re living in two worlds. One in which patients are getting sick and dying from the coronavirus, and another in which people deny the virus is real. Emergency room physician Mike Hunihan describes what it’s like to live and work with that dissonance.

Guest:

Michael Hunihan, M.D.

View a full transcript of this episode: https://tradeoffs.org/2021/02/04/death-disease-and-denial-combating-covid-in-the-er/

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