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jaomf27

Has your role as healthcare worker during covid times affected how people interact with you ?

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Listening to the stories shared by the front line health workers during the CONNECT webinar in January it was evident that many health care workers, particularly in the early days of Covid-19 ...

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jaomf27

Introduce yourself!

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Listening to the stories shared by the front line health workers during the CONNECT webinar in January it was evident that many health care workers, particularly in the early days of Covid-19 ...

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heathernixon

Introduce yourself!

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Please introduce yourself and share your reflections.

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