reviewed: The Daily
Informative, engaging and offers so much value.
I’m a busy Night shift Nurse, I need to use my down time wisely. It’s been so difficult to watch the news lately, and I’m thrilled I found The Daily. I get trustworthy information that is delivered in a succinct format, that also holds my attention when I’m tired. It engages me from beginning to end. Well done NYT. The host’s speaking style, some people are complaining about shouldn’t bother you to the point that is overshadows the quality content. It’s seems silly, they are human, it’s only a podcast. If you were sitting in a lecture hall with a brilliant professor all of their speaking mannerisms and quirks you grow familiar with and just deal with it. Michael and the quality of the storytelling is the main reason I listen. Please consider reporting the toxic working environments inside America’s hospitals and how running our healthcare system like Walmart leads to the same low quality experience the public has. It also leads to staffing shortage issues and abusive working environments that this female dominated industry has been trained into keeping quiet about or repeating “that’s just Nursing.”Healthcare should be a basic human right, not a profit making business that only funds departments like elective surgery and cancer treatment because they make the most money for board members and admins. Hospitals use and abuse Nurses, Doctors, CNAs, PT/OT, SLP, and SW, leaving us overworked and powerless. This leaves patients distressed with their sub par experience that admins allow their front line staff to take the blame for. Exactly like Walmart, it’s horrifying.
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