“I wanted to show it can happen to anyone,” Mike Schultz said of his viral before-and-after shots.
Doctors and nurses on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic are putting the photos on their protective suits to reassure patients.
"I see on social media that all these health care workers are feeling very isolated and I didn’t want that to happen to her," Cheryl Norton said of her daughter.
Skyrocketing coronavirus deaths and infections among doctors and nurses reveal stories of bravery, betrayal and a total lack of preparedness.
No testing strategy and a collapsing health system are more frightening than getting sick for this NSW health worker.
The story behind the viral photo is a tribute to nurses everywhere.
Time to clean out that bathroom storage space ASAP.
It's a conversation we need to be having more.
The Australian nursing community is calling for new safety regulations for nurses working in remote areas after the violent