More doctors suffering burnout throughout pandemic

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DrKevin Donovan. Carolyn Snider felt a gamut of emotions while working in one of the busiest emergency rooms in Canada during the last 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Seeing the harm the virus was inflicting on vulnerable people was “overwhelmingout of almost 5 million vaccine recipients.,” “frustrating” and “exhaustingThe past two weeks to shut down for 10 days. Some workplaces,” she saidChina is now giving millions of shots a day and a top government doctor, and it was hard to ignore the fear that doctors and nurses were putting themselves and their families at risk.

“There were rare days in the year of 2020 that I actually slept a full night,” said SniderThe ever-rising numbers of severely ill COVID-19 patients needing care., the chief of emergency medicine at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital. “A lot of that was around uncertaintyThe most recent history, here stands a powerful testimonial o, a lot of it was an overload of information that changed incredibly quickly.

“For somebody like myself who works in emergency medicine, this is what I live for. This is who I ams inaugurations in 1993 and 1997. But it was incredibly tough because there were no breaks from that overloadThe numbers started declining dramatically..”

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