On the Bright Side: Assistant Professor Shares Impact of Serving on COVID-19 Front Lines
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AbstractThe article is a personal rememberance of Veronica ‘Ronnie’ Quattrini, DNP, MS ’99, BSN ’85, FNP-BC, who continued to teach and work in the Emergency Department at the University of Maryland Medical Center during the COVID-19 crisis.
DescriptionThe COVID-19 crisis created many challenges, but it also inspired acts of amazing kindness among members of our UMB community. The Elm's On the Bright Side series uncovers and shares these stories.
Veronica "Ronnie" Quattrini describes the working environments in the University of Maryland Medical Center during the COVID-19 crisis. She describes the physical and mental toll on students, nurses, doctors, and staff in the medical center. The changes in nursing practice and the environment in the hospital as a result of social distancing and the spread of the virus.
Series/Report No.On the Bright Side
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KeywordUMB COVID-19 personal narratives
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Quattrini, Veronica "Ronnie"
University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland Medical Center
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Nursing
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