Trauma on the Pandemic's Front Line Leaves Health Workers Reeling

Bruce Schwartz, M.D., comments on the mental and emotional toll that caring for COVID-19 patients has taken on front line workers and predicts an uptick in post-traumatic stress after the pandemic subsides. Dr. Schwartz is professor and deputy chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Einstein and Montefiore.

Additional coverage of Dr. Schwartz on COVID-19 includes: Wall Street Journal (subscription required)