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Nurses’ Concerns Grow After 2 in Texas Contract Ebola
The Wall Street Journal

Concerns about hospital workplace safely are echoing around the health-care system in light of the two Dallas nurses who contracted Ebola. Nurses associations say nurses and aides are on the front lines and aren’t always adequately protected from infection and injury on the job.

“Nurses spend way more time with their patients than physicians do,” said Deena Brecher, the president of the Emergency Nurses Association, a group with 40,000 members.