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France: When emergency medical workers become the patients

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In France, emergency medical staff are back on strike despite new measures announced by the health minister. Doctors and nurses say the plan fails to resolve the central issue of a lack of resources. Figures show that half of all of those who care for others in France suffer burnout or depression over the course of their careers. There are many causes, such as overwork and administrative pressure. Some of these healthcare workers agreed to speak anonymously to our reporters.

Added on the 11/09/2019 12:21:09 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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