“The structural conditions shaping care work are highly exploitative—and are profoundly linked to the high degree of COVID-19’s spread within both long-term care facilities and the communities that supply their labor force.”
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“What’s Actually Going on in Our Nursing Homes”: An Interview with Shantonia Jackson
Gabriel Winant, a professor at the University of Chicago interviews Shantonia Jackson, a certified nursing assistant (CNA) who works at City View Multicare Center, a nursing home that experienced a major COVID-19 outbreak.
An Addict, a Nurse, and a Christmas Resurrection
Working the night shift on an intensive care unit, Suzanne Ohlmann brushes up against death, Jesus, and her biological father.
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A Reading List to Celebrate World Breast Pumping Day
Here’s a reading list to celebrate World Breast Pumping Day on January 27.
Posted inBooks, Nonfiction, Story
Somewhere Under My Left Ribs: A Nurse’s Story
The landscape of operating theaters must be terrifying for patients, but it’s becoming normal for me. It’s amazing what you can get used to.