Personal support workers are the backbone of health care but the bottom of the power structure

In Personal support workers are the backbone of health care but the bottom of the power structure (originally published in The Conversation), Dr. Bharati Sethi (Assistant Professor, King’s School of Social Work, Western University) writes: “Sadly, it has taken COVID-19 to highlight the significant contribution to our collective well-being made by PSWs and other health-care workers. However, the voices of racialized PSWs remain at the margins of care discourse.”

Learn more: listen to an interview with Dr. Bharati Sethi on 980 CKNW (aired on September 5, 2020)

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