Clifford R. Daniels

Senior Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer, Methodist Hospital of Southern California

Senior Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer at Methodist Hospital of Southern California

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Nurses were physically and mentally fried before COVID-19 took over, and the pandemic has only made things worse.

Staff shortage, extra shifts, burnout, resignations: The vicious cycle behind the nurse shortage

Nurses were physically and mentally fried before COVID-19 took over, and the pandemic has only made things worse.

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