Journal of Nursing

Under COVID-19 Stress, What We Have Done, How We Are Doing, and What Shall We Do?

Shun Huang


From the end of 2019 up to now, novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has swept the globe, bearing down menacingly, and generating massive burden not only on government and hospital, but also on almost every single person, especially medical workers. We are anesthesiologists, surgeons, and nurses in Beijing Hospital, witnesses of this cruel battle. I’d like to describe what happened in our real life in the past few months, how dose the epidemic situation change our lives and work, and what will we do in the future.


COVID-19; Stess; Medical Workers

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