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Johnson & Johnson’s ‘Road to a Vaccine’ Series Discusses COVID-19’s Mental Health Effects and How Nurses Cope

Originally published on LinkedIn.com.

Johnson & Johnson’s new weekly LinkedIn series “Road to a Vaccine” outlines the company’s journey toward developing preventative measures and treatments for COVID-19. This week, the company highlighted the work and struggles of nurses working on the frontlines.

Watch below.

“In celebration of our heroic nurses on the frontline, Lisa Ling interviews Rebecca Love RN, MSN, FIEL and Nicole Lincoln plus speaks with CEO & Founder of Thrive GlobalArianna Huffington and Husseini Manji, M.D., F.R.C.P.C. on the mental health issues of coping with #COVID19#nursesweek #nursesonlinkedin #inittogether

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