Health Care Workers and Covid-19

Mark Nichter PhD, MPH 1, Joseph Fong, MPH 2, Collin Catalfamo, MPH 2

1 School of Anthropology, University of Arizona
2 Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona

This slide set covers the major issues facing our health care workforce during the Covid-19 pandemic. Nurses, doctors, and everyone else working in health care facilities is faced with some unique stresses from this disease. Vital to our societies and integral parts of our families, healthcare workers’ needs must be understood in all their complexity. We need to care for our health care workers.

The first downloadable file is a pdf of this slide set, the second downloadable file is a powerpoint presentation. Share widely– authors and affiliations are on the first page. References are found in the “notes” in the POWERPOINT verson.

Image by E. Cartwright

This blog is written by medical anthropologists and others who are working on issues surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. It was started in March 2020 and will continue into the future. Many of the posts are short ethnographic pieces that situate the spread of Covid-19 in time and place; updates will follow, reflections are encouraged. This blog also hosts the work of Mark Nichter, PhD and others as they gather the latest and most reliable information available on Covid-19. These posts are available for download as pdfs and powerpoint presentations.

If you would like to contribute to this blog, please email Liz Cartwright, RN, PhD carteliz@isu.edu

Social science perspectives are particularly encouraged, let me know if you have an idea for a post! ~ Liz

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