Trying for a pithy bit of Latin to echo "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"
Carers as in doctors / nurses etc.
Sorry, to clarify...
My understanding / interpretation is that "who guards the guards?" is that it is a cleverly circular idea that you might have a population of civilians/prisoners who might have an army or guards looking after / guarding them, but that the guards themselves also need protecting, or keeping an eye on (in case they stray from their duty).
I am looking for an echo of this idea in Latin to end an essay. The essay is about difficult working conditions for doctors, stress, and professional burnout, and what I would like to get to is something like "who cares for the caregivers". It's not simply who is giving medical care to the medical profession, ideally broader about those who give care, could be family, nurses, doctors.