The coronavirus pandemic has been making its way through Massachusetts for just about eight months now.

And all the while, doctors, nurses and hospital staff have been heading to work and caring for patients.

But many are worried about burnout among this workforce — especially with no exact end date in sight.

We heard from Katie Murphy, the president of the Massachusetts Nurses Association, and Dr. Eric Dickson, president and CEO of UMass Memorial Healthcare, about their concerns with burnout and mental health among hospital staff across the state. Plus, they discuss what's being done to alleviate these concerns.


Katie Murphy - 1:44
Dr. Eric Dickson - 14:18