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Labor Relations Radio, Ep. 52: The healthcare system in the U.S. is FUBAR. A front-line nurse explains why.

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'We've had enough pizza.'
Last week’s strike in New York City, where 7,000 nurses walked off their job over staffing and pay, was symbolic of a much larger issue facing the U.S. healthcare system and even other countries like England.

Though it remains to be seen—and even doubted by some—whether the strike will significantly address the nurses’ concerns, the publicity around the strike raised awareness of the problems that healthcare professionals have been facing for years—but even moreso since the pandemic.

In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, host Peter List is joined by ‘Melissa,’ a front-line nurse from California who worked through the pandemic as a travel nurse.

As a nurse, Melissa has seen both good and bad in hospitals and explains why so many nurses may be leaving the field altogether, as well as the important issues that could cause nurses to stay in their professions.


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'We've had enough pizza.'
Last week’s strike in New York City, where 7,000 nurses walked off their job over staffing and pay, was symbolic of a much larger issue facing the U.S. healthcare system and even other countries like England.

Though it remains to be seen—and even doubted by some—whether the strike will significantly address the nurses’ concerns, the publicity around the strike raised awareness of the problems that healthcare professionals have been facing for years—but even moreso since the pandemic.

In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, host Peter List is joined by ‘Melissa,’ a front-line nurse from California who worked through the pandemic as a travel nurse.

As a nurse, Melissa has seen both good and bad in hospitals and explains why so many nurses may be leaving the field altogether, as well as the important issues that could cause nurses to stay in their professions.


Related articles:

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LaborUnionNews.com's Labor Relations Radio is a subscriber-supported publication. To receive new posts and support our work, consider becoming a subscriber here.

  continue reading

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