How These Nurses Connect With Patients Silenced By COVID-19 | TODAY Originals

Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, New York, has implemented creative ways to get to know coronavirus patients, many of whom are intubated and unable to speak. “My Story” is a recent initiative where hospital staff create posters filled with photos and facts about a patient’s life.
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