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Dr. Diana Concannon’s Op-Ed on Psychological First Aid for our Health Care Workers 

At least 283 million of the 330 million people in the United States — nearly nine in 10 — have been asked to remain safely at home to slow the spread of novel coronavirus through a public health crisis response we all know now as social distancing.

A significant number of Americans still move about on the frontlines, including our nation’s health care first responders and those in hospitals, urgent care centers and primary care facilities.

By training, experience, and inclination, these people are healers of others — and accustomed to running toward those in distress.

Read the article here

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