Sooner Sports: National Nurses Week: Former OU student-athletes serving on the front lines

May 6, 2020

In honor of National Nurses Week, Sooner Sports talked to former student-athletes who are now working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Russ Czeschin, a former University of Oklahoma gymnast who is now a family nurse practitioner at Saint Luke's Primary Care-Blue Springs, talked about the challenges of working in health care amid the pandemic and how his experience as a college athlete has helped him stay focused on the larger goal.

Read the full Sooner Sports article: National Nurses Week: Former OU student-athletes serving on the front lines

National Nurses Week: Former Sooner student-athletes serving on the front lines. OU
Courtesy soonersports.com, University of Oklahoma

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