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The quality of life of physiotherapists in our country worsened during the health emergency caused by the spread of Covid-19, since the harsh working and professional conditions that they usually suffer were aggravated when it comes to caring for people affected by this public health crisis.

This is concluded in the analysis that the company specializing in online studies Sondea has carried out for the Nursing Union, SATSE, after disseminating a survey among the group of Physiotherapy professionals from the whole of the State about their working conditions and personal situation in the recent Covid-19 health crisis.

Specifically, the quality of life perceived by the surveyed physiotherapists it drops by 2.5 points on average when compared to what they had during the previous situation to the health crisis caused by the expansion of the coronavirus in our country, giving it a score of 5 points out of 10.

If before the health emergency the working conditions of all the physiotherapists were not good, the study found that got worse over the weeks they had to deal with the coronavirus in their respective workplaces, either in health or social health centers, among others.

In this sense, the analysis concludes that The percentage of Physiotherapy professionals who rate their current quality of life with the lowest rating has increased (from 0 to 4). Before the crisis, only 4.4 percent did it and now 32.40 percent of physiotherapists give a grade between 0 and 4.

Another of the results of the analysis refers to the problems they have had to reconcile their work and personal life, and concludes that about 20% of the professionals surveyed who have children have encountered problems when someone could take care of them when they had to work. Likewise, 33% of the physiotherapists surveyed had not been given a shift change in order to reconcile their personal and work life.

On the other hand, during the weeks of health emergency most of the people surveyed had to stay at their usual home (97.77%), adopting the necessary security measures to protect their family and only 2.23 percent were able to do it in a second residence or empty house of a relative.

According to SATSE, all these data reveal the «serious impact it has had on the personal and family life of physiotherapists having to face a public health crisis unprecedented in our recent history, doing so, moreover, in many cases, without the necessary resources and means.

Specifically, these professionals suspended with a 3 out of 10 the quantity and quality of the protection material that they had at their disposal when working in the weeks of the health emergency, six out of ten being forced to reuse the FPP-2 or FPP-3 masks to care for people affected by the coronavirus.

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FAN NATION Cave Painting Search: Tom Mosser Painting

Hey Pittsburgh Sports Fans! Artist Tom Mosser created this one-of-a-kind painting to give away to a die-hard Steelers fan! Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @TomMosser or go to the Tom Mosser Design Facebook site to find clues to the whereabouts of this amazing work of art. Finders keepers! The first person who finds it can hang in their own fan cave. Additional rules apply and can be read below. Good luck!

 

Cave Painting Search Rules

No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to PARTICIPATE.

 

  • How to Participate:
  • (a)      Tom Mosser’s Cave Painting (AKA “art work”) Search will begin on Monday, September 21, 2020 and end on Friday, September 25. Search hours are from 10AM – 4PM daily.  Sweepstake is promoted by KDKA (the “station”).

    (b)      To participate in the Search, viewers must follow Tom Mosser on Instagram or Twitter, @TomMosser or his Tom  Mosser Design Facebook page, on which Tom will provide three clues regarding the whereabouts of the art work.

    (c)      The search ends when the Cave Painting is claimed by the first fan to locate the artwork, as determined by the party given temporary possession (heretofore “possessor”) of the art work by Tom Mosser.

    (d)      There can be only on claimant to the art work, determined by the possessor and based solely on “first to arrive” and ask for the art work.

    (e)        Disputes regarding “first to arrive” shall be resolved by the possessor and/or the artist Tom Mosser.

    (f)       Odds of winning depend on number of participants.

    (g)      In the event that the art work goes unclaimed, it will go back to the artist, Tom Mosser.

    (h)      Claimant, before taking possession of the art work, must provide name and contact information (phone and/or email address) to the possessor.

     

  • Eligibility Restrictions:
    • The search is open to viewing area residents who are eighteen (18) years of age or older. Employees and retirees of KDKA-TV, WPCW-TV, CBS Corporation, other television and radio stations in the Pittsburgh market, and their affiliates, subsidiaries and advertising agencies and their immediate family members and persons living in the same household are ineligible to participate or win.
    • Winners must be 18 years of age or older.
    • Viewers are eligible to participate only once every sixty days.

     

  • Prizes:
  • (a)       One (1) winner will each receive one (1) original Tom Mosser painting

    Approximate prize value: $1,000.

    (b)      The search will last for 5 days only, beginning on Monday, September 21, 2020 and ending on Friday, September 25. Search hours are from 10AM – 4PM each of those days; or ending when the art work is claimed.

    (c)      When the art work is claimed, the possessor will alert Tom Mosser, who will post via social media that the art work has been claimed and the search is ended.

    (d)      The first person to find the painting using the clues on Tom Mosser’s social media will win the painting, and take full possession.

    (c)      Claimant takes full responsibility for the art work at the time of claim.

    (d)      The art work may not be substituted for or redeemed for approximate cash value or any other prize.

     

  • Selection of Winners:
  • (a)      Decisions of search sponsors with respect to the search are final.

    (b)        One (1) winner will be awarded an original Tom Mosser painting by following clues on Tom Mosser’s social media and being the first person to claim the painting.

     

  • Conditions:
  • (a)      Payment of all federal, state and local taxes are the sole responsibility of the claimant.

    • By participating in the search, the winner agrees to have their name, voice, or likeness used in any advertising or broadcasting material relating to this search. By accepting the art work, each winner grants to Station the right to use the winner’s name, voice, picture and/or likeness for purposes of advertising and publicity in any and all media now known or hereafter invented, without further permission or additional compensation (except where prohibited by law). All expenses on receipt and use of art work are the sole responsibility of claimant.  Claimant, by acceptance of their prize, agree to release the artist, Station, CBS, their respective parents and subsidiaries, and their respective advertising, promotion and production agencies from any and all liability, claims or actions of any kind whatsoever for injuries, damages or losses to persons and property which may be sustained in connection with the receipt, ownership or use of the prize or while preparing for, participating in, and/or traveling to any prize-related activity.

     

  • Search sponsors reserve the right to make changes in the rules of the search which will become effective upon announcement.
  • To obtain a copy of the official rules and/or winner’s list, please write by Dec. 27, 2020 to:
  • Cave Painting Sweepstake Rules

    C/O KDKA-TV

    420 Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

    Pittsburgh, PA  15222

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