Two former nurses, Amie and Kristin have come to The Doctors to share their story how they became addicted to drugs while on the job. The former healthcare workers warn of the dangers they faced being surrounded by drugs while on the job.
The Doctors help reunite a mother, who considered giving up her child for adoption, with the nurse who helped save her newborn son's life.
Nurse Payton Walton's community was devastated by the recent Santa Rosa wildfires and she sprung into action to help those in need.
The Doctors have some holiday surprises for the Donovan family who lost their home in the recent Santa Rosa fire. Also, Nurse Payton and her dream team of coordinators get a surprise from Nextdoor.
Kristin and Aime join The Doctors to share their stories of working as nurses and becoming addicted to drugs to shed light on the growing problem of drug diversion.
Lauren was one of 19 infected with hepatitis C by a surgical technician who was injecting herself with fentanyl and filling the syringe with saline, which was then injected into her patients.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 nurses in the United States may be addicted to drugs. Are they putting patients’ lives at risk?
Dr. Gregory Skipper is a former addict and treats drug-addicted healthcare professionals. He shares that 10 percent of healthcare professional may have addiction problems, and what can be done to seek help.
The Doctors and Prevention magazine are announcing the winner of the search for America’s Most Amazing Nurse. The submissions and finalists proved that America is full of outstanding nursing professionals – but only one can be named “Most Amazing” of them
The Doctors and Prevention magazine reveal the winner of America’s Most Amazing Nurse contest. We are joined by Barbara O’Dair, editor-in-chief of Prevention, to honor the deserving nurse.