On COVID’s Front Lines: Maine Healthcare Workers in Their Own Words
For those who have followed news of COVID-19 only in the form of statistics, or the heartbreaking illness of loved ones and friends, or the ever-evolving public health guidance, there is another pandemic story to be told. Maine healthcare workers, from hospitals to nursing homes to hospice care, have experienced this unprecedented year in a way few of the rest of us have fully understood. This live virtual panel discussion explores the pandemic from its first days to the present through the experiences of a group of Southern Maine health professionals from Hospice of Southern Maine, the University of New England School of Nursing, and Fox Family Dental.
The panel will be moderated by Portland-based journalist Dan Koeppel, co-author with Dr. Robert Mayer, MD, of the forthcoming Every Minute is a Day: A Doctor, an Emergency Room, and a City Under Siege. Koeppel received a James Beard award for his book Banana: The Fate of the Fruit that Changed the World, and the London Independent called his first book, To See Every Bird on Earth: A Father, A Son, and A Lifelong Obsession, “[a] tender, beautifully written account by an outstanding nature writer.”
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