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Nurses’ overtime during the COVID-19 pandemic

Quarter of Covid victims in England and Wales have dementia – study

UK care homes still denied Covid tests despite Hancock pledge, officials warn

How Data Visualization During Public Health Crises Has Saved Lives for Centuries

Ford government under fire for position on long-term care lawsuit

‘I hate this place’: Families protest on behalf of long-term care residents, compare isolation to prison

‘There was a lot of death and suffering’: How soldiers turned the tide in Ontario’s long-term care homes

Isolation, Disruption and Confusion: Coping With Dementia During a Pandemic

Preparing nursing homes for a second wave starts with staffing

Japan has the world’s oldest population. Yet it dodged a coronavirus crisis at elder-care facilities.

Federal top-up pay for Alberta essential workers remains in limbo

Robots to be used in UK care homes to help reduce loneliness

Nurses are on the coronavirus frontline, so why are they being left out of the response?

Hard-Hit US Nursing Homes Face Catch-22 to Reopen

Problems With Advance Care Planning Processes and Practices in Nursing Homes

Delaying Transition Into Long-Term Care for Persons Living With Dementia: Multispecialty Interprofessional Team Memory Clinics