“[T]his year, we need to show our appreciation to our healthcare heroes and the love we have for our family and friends by wearing a mask and avoiding large family gatherings,” writes Robyn Begley, AHA’s chief nursing officer and CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, in an op-ed published today in Fierce Healthcare. Read more.

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