Frontline health care workers share perspective and advice

Child Maltreatment Solutions Network at Penn State

One year into the pandemic and despite the hardships and health risks, health care professionals around the globe continue to provide life-saving medicine, care for the most vulnerable, and treat all patients facing COVID-19. In support of the University’s ongoing “Mask Up or Pack Up” public health campaign, hard-working health care heroes share advice on staying vigilant, and how — from their unique perspectives — everyone can continue to do their part to help protect the Penn State community.

"What keeps me hopeful is how resilient people are in the face of this. Seeing how people have supported each other gives me a lot of promise for the future." – Sheridan Miyamoto, assistant professor, college of nursing and child maltreatment solutions network; principal investigator, SAFE-T Center

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