Topic COVID-19, Nurse experience, Public Safety
Title: Nursing COVID-19: Experiences Symptoms and Safety
Participants: Vanessa Valenzuela, BSN
Broadcast Air Date: 05/15/2020
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
Station: KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA
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- What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
- -How are nurses adapting to the urgency of care-taking for COVID-19 patients?
- When did nurses become aware that COVID-19 was uniquely different from other cases such as flu virus?
- What is the relationship between the need to flatten the curve of COVID-19 transmission and the limits of the medical infrastructure’s capacity to care for patients?
- Why are some nurses having to buy their own medical protective supplies?
- Did nurses think of themselves as first-responders before COVID-19?
- Why did most people this COVID-19 was less severe than the common flu?
- The medical field is still learning more ab out the effects of COVID-19.
- HOW is the general public learning to escalate its preventative care-taking?
- Is COVID-19 going to pass during the summer?
- How do Nurses respond to the different sources of misinformation?
- How do Nurses take care of themselves?
- How do Nurses take care not to expose their respective families and loved ones to COVID-19?
- What does “normal” look like during this COVID-19 period?
- Why do some people believe that COVID-19 is not real?