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A Letter To My Grandmother

Posted by GVT Admin on Nov 25, 2020 11:19:04 AM

The letter below from a young nurse to her grandmother touches on the painful separation from one another we all feel that has caused our country’s uneven response to, and resulting suffering from, this terrible pandemic.

Ellen is a 31-year-old nurse working in a Seattle intensive care unit for the past six months watching Covid patients die alone. She sat down after her shift one night and wrote this letter to her grandmother, who she hadn’t visited in more than a year.

I think this thoughtful young woman captures the suffering that social separation can cause. With her permission, I publish her touching letter below...

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Topics: Covid-19, Frontlines, Pandemic, Elderly

Triage...A Moral Dilemma

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 12, 2020 2:59:10 PM

The Covid-19 Pandemic has overwhelmed hospital emergency rooms in many of America’s largest cities forcing doctors and nurses to find themselves in triage mode perhaps for the first time in their careers.

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Topics: social workers, healthcare issues, Covid-19, Frontlines, emergency room

The Case Worker's Fuel

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 5, 2020 2:54:42 PM

Social workers practice in schools, hospitals, psychiatric clinics, juvenile courts, prisons, police departments, and a range of other settings. Current practice demands collaboration between social workers and the professionals who dominate these agencies. But the Covid-19 Pandemic has presented case workers with a variety of new challenges.

Homeless

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Topics: Covid-19, Frontlines, Pandemic, Case Workers

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