On the night of the Danforth shooting, I was inside a restaurant across the street from the shooter.
People don’t want to share their burdensThe Score: 0
I volunteered to test COVID samples on a new machine we acquired
We are really behind the scenes.The Score: 0
When I come home, part of me just wants to veg out and de-stress. And part of me wants to participate because I miss them.
I felt really awkward.The Score: 0
It means a new team. A new work setting. A new job.
It means a new team. A new work setting.The Score: 0
We have families who have dropped off tape recorders of their voices — talking, singing, saying prayers
You do get invested.The Score: 0
These stories help me recognize how our community has come together to flatten the curve.
I wish I could be doing more.The Score: 0
It was really difficult to witness this patient, who was already ill, grieving alone without any comfort from their loved one
This outbreak has added a new level of stressThe Score: 0
I started in the emergency department over a year ago, and I would say this pandemic is nothing out of the ordinary for me.
I just try to be positive for my familyThe Score: 0
Perhaps the most difficult aspect of this pandemic has been taking care of those closest to me.
She couldn’t understand why we left her aloneThe Score: 0
Direct human interaction and face-to-face experiences are essential for many of my clients to feel comfortable enough
Life has been temporarily put on holdThe Score: 0
There’s so much uncertainty as you enter the hospital....you don’t know if you’ll be coming out infected.
It feels nerve-wracking to go to workThe Score: 0