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The COVID Pandemic: Essays, Book Reviews, and Poems
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The COVID Pandemic: Essays, Book Reviews, and Poems
by Therese Jones (Editor), Kathleen Pachucki (Editor)
English | 2022 | ISBN: 3031192303 | 203 Pages | PDF (True) | 5 MB

This book contains several critical essays, book reviews, and poems that address the current pandemic to mark a sad but hopeful first anniversary of COVID. Similar to many academic journals, the Journal of Medical Humanities, in which these contributions were first published, has received a number of submissions during the first year of the pandemic relating directly to it. In the early months, the journal saw an unprecedented number of poetry submissions from physicians who seemed to be turning to verse as a way to memorialize what was happening, to find ways of healing from the devastating number of dying patients, and to capture the exhaustion and anxiety of caring for others day after day without respite. By publishing this selection, the volume editors honor and thank all those who have been caring for patients, teaching and mentoring students, and as such have been contributing to our understanding and awareness of this crisis.


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