Even in normal times, health care delivery is hard and tiring work. The COVID-19 pandemic makes it more critical than ever that our care providers find ways to recharge and keep up the fight. And there are ways to do it, writes AHA Board Chair Melinda Estes. M.D., in this week’s Chair File column.

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