“The Lives We Couldn’t Save” Debuts During National Nurses Week – A Tribute to Healthcare Heroes

"The Lives We Couldn't Save" Debuts During National Nurses Week - A Tribute to Healthcare Heroes
In “The Lives We Couldn’t Save,” Regina Biggs offers a gripping and heartrending exploration of the human side of healthcare during the devastating sweep of the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing on her experiences as a frontline worker, Biggs unveils the emotional and ethical challenges that doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals face while grappling with the overwhelming realities of a global crisis.

Minneapolis, MN – In honor of National Nurses Week, celebrated annually from May 6th to May 12th, Regina Biggs, a seasoned nurse and advocate for healthcare professionals, announces the release of her inspiring new book, “The Lives We Couldn’t Save.” The book offers an unfiltered glimpse into the emotional and challenging world of nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Drawing from her extensive experience on the front lines, Regina captures the heart-wrenching decisions, the moments of profound connection, and the silent sacrifices that defined the lives of nurses during one of the most challenging periods in modern healthcare. Through personal anecdotes and stories shared by her peers, the book paints a vivid picture of the resilience and dedication of nurses worldwide.

“The Lives We Couldn’t Save” goes beyond the statistics and media portrayals of the pandemic, focusing instead on the human stories and the raw emotions of those who work tirelessly to care for the sick. “Regina Biggs brings the reader into the hospital wards, offering a deep and personal look at the trials and triumphs faced by nurses during the pandemic,” said Tephanie Delaney, the book’s agent.

The book release coincides with National Nurses Week, a time dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating the critical role nurses play in healthcare. “Releasing the book during this week is a tribute to all healthcare workers and an acknowledgment of the sacrifices they make every day,” Regina commented.

“The Lives We Couldn’t Save” is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and on Regina’s website, starting May 08, 2024.  It is a must-read for anyone looking to understand the true impact of the pandemic on the individuals behind the masks and to appreciate the enduring spirit of those who choose to serve in the field of nursing.

For more information about “The Lives We Couldn’t Save” or to schedule an interview with Regina Biggs, please contact Tephanie Delaney.

About Regina Biggs:

Regina Biggs is a seasoned healthcare professional with over two decades of experience in the medical field, specializing in cardiology. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Regina has worked extensively in various high-stress environments, from emergency rooms to specialized cardiac care units, where she has honed her skills and deepened her understanding of patient care under crisis conditions.

With a background that combines rigorous medical training with a heartfelt passion for patient advocacy, Regina has been a vocal advocate for mental health support and comprehensive care within the healthcare community. Her experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, where she served on the front lines, have profoundly influenced her perspective on medicine and the essential human connections that sustain both patients and healthcare providers.

Regina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and pursuing her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration. She is an active member of several professional organizations dedicated to advancing healthcare standards and practices. Outside of her professional life, Regina is deeply involved in her community, participating in health outreach programs and serving as a mentor to young healthcare professionals.

An eloquent speaker and writer, Regina Biggs has contributed to numerous medical journals and public health discussions, sharing her insights on patient care, crisis management, and the emotional and ethical challenges of healthcare work. “The Lives We Couldn’t Save” is her first book, born out of a need to share the untold stories of resilience and sorrow in the healthcare sector during one of the most challenging periods in modern history.

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