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All people are important, but you don’t call a lineman when you are in ICU on many machines and drips. There is a time and place for everything.feeling insignificant is a reason but no excuse for ruining another’s day of recognition. I think we’re missing the point. I don’t think comparing careers is the point. I think showing compassion is. If someone is feeling left out, overlooked, or insignificant, a name of a day isn’t the issue. It takes a minute to show compassion and lift someone up. Unfortunately, the same is true for snippy comments and shaming. Speaking from personal experience, Thomas said she’s had to use the same N95 mask for “a few weeks now” because of dwindling supplies at her hospital in Louisiana. “PPE has been sporadic,” she said, “but it’s been manageable and we do what we have to do. We’re nurses, and we learn to adapt and do whatever the best thing that we can do for our patients.”
Trump was not pleased with the reality described by Thomas, who’s the president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. “Sporadic for you, but not sporadic for a lot of other people,” Trump grumbled at her.
Thomas tried to go on cleanup duty and chimed in, “Oh no, I agree Mr. President,” but Trump interrupted before she could finish her sentence.
“I’ve heard the opposite,” he said. “I’ve heard that they’re loaded up with gowns now.” Brandi Buchanan When is lineman’s Day??! My husband died when 13.2 crossed his heart TWICE. His boot protectors did not allow the electricity to go to grown so it crossed through his heart and exited near his patched sleeve. Funny thing, those sleeves were immediately misplaced while he was enroute to the hospital. It’s true. they should be more appreciated. However at this junction nurses are working without proper protection and dying. Everyday they are caring for people dying in numbers they are not use to. They are having trauma and exhaustion.