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intensive care unit, healthcare workers, pandemic, human resource
During COVID-19 pandemic, the recruitment of new personnel was necessary to guarantee an adequate healthcare level to all patients affected by SARS-CoV-2 virus. In order to deal with the sanitary emergency, unusual selection procedures have been adopted inside the public health system by searching for new healthcare personnel. The recruitment of new candidates with a short self-introduction was very effective and permitted to select 65 nurses.
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