Mariah Clark reflects on the traumas she witnessed while treating COVID-19 patients and losing her own loved ones to the deadly disease.
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Wisconsinites share how they are coping and adapting one year into the COVID-19 pandemic
Outbreak Wisconsin participants reflect on a life-changing year and what the future holds.
‘I’m happy to be part of history’: An ER nurse gets the coronavirus vaccine, offering example to others
Health care workers were among the first in Wisconsin on Dec. 14 to receive doses of the new Pfizer vaccine after the state’s first shipments arrived.
‘This is slowly grinding us into dirt’: An ER nurse reflects on the relentless pandemic
As of October 12, 74 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in Dane County alone, where Mariah Clark works as an emergency department nurse. Clark said the spike was predictable. “Wisconsin, I love you, but you’re doing it wrong,” she said.
‘Conflict of emotions’: ER nurse reflects on death, mourning and rites of passage in the COVID era
As an emergency department nurse, Mariah Clark is no stranger to dealing with COVID-19 at work. But in late June, the virus struck closer to home.
‘This pandemic has yet to declare itself’: ER nurse reflects on the fight against coronavirus as the state prepares to open
In this audio diary nurse Mariah Clark reflects on her experience treating COVID-19 patients at UW Hospital. “Right now I feel we’re having an effect. There’s a good fighting chance.”
Introducing Mariah Clark: Blacksmith, tall-ship sailor and emergency room nurse
“Today, I had my first friend die of COVID.” Clark reflects on losing a fellow blacksmith while on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.