It is distressing to witness or hear of various incidents of abuse our health and social care workers face at the hands of those they strive to help.
Our frontline heroes’ lives matter.
In hospitals, care facilities, and ambulances, healthcare heroes – nurses, care workers, and ambulance staff – have to endure physical, verbal, and emotional abuse on a daily basis, which is not part of their job descriptions.
This silent epidemic demands immediate attention and national debate.
To all those serving, we salute you for providing the best care to diverse communities.
Collective efforts from governments, institutions, and society are crucial in providing the support and recognition necessary for those tirelessly working on the front line to save lives.
It’s time to break the silence, address systemic issues, and implement tangible solutions, ensuring our healthcare heroes operate in a safe environment.
Despite these challenges, the dedication and resilience of healthcare workers remain unwavering as they valiantly serve in the face of unprecedented adversity.
The time to act is now.
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