Women in health care are at a breaking point — and they’re leaving
Julie Conboy Russo had been a nurse for almost 40 years. She didn’t want to leave the field, but she didn’t feel she had a choice.
In November, COVID-19 cases were climbing nationally. Russo, who at the time worked in a long-term care facility in New York, had been lucky. She had never tested positive for the virus or brought it home to her immunocompromised husband. Case counts at her current workplace remained low.
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