Healthcare staff: Confronting trauma and coping mechanisms during the pandemic

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Healthcare professionals pose a group photo on a helipad at Memorial Hermann Hospital after the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flyover of the Medical Center Wednesday, May 6, 2020, in Houston. The Blue Angels are flying over cities across the United States to honor the COVID-19 frontline responders and essential workers. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Episode one, series four of on your radar: Frontline Workers and the Impact of COVID-19 is brought to you by WGN Radio and the doctors and clinical staff over at Rosecrance. In this series we explore how frontline workers have been affected by COVID-19, and the impact it’s had on their behavioral health as many went to work each day despite the pandemic. Tune in while the Medical Director of Rosecrance’s Harrison Campus, Dr. Ray Garcia and Rosecrance’s Director of Nursing Amy Young join WGN’s John Williams to talk about the emotional stresses of working in healthcare during the largest pandemic, or only pandemic, most of us have lived through.

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