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Delta leaving ‘Covid orphans’ in hospitals

A Sydney doctor has warned of a distressing reality for some families hospitalised with Covid-19 – leaving their kids “Covid orphans” with nobody to care for them. Dr Lucy Morgan, an associate professor at Sydney University and a respiratory physician ...

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The Coronavirus Podcast – episode 13

Have you ever experienced COVID-rage? That is, anger brought on by social distancing or the lack thereof. Like when you go to the shop or a cafe and people seem to have totally forgotten about social distancing and stand right ...

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The Coronavirus Podcast Episode 10

What do we do if we can't find a vaccine for COVID-19? In episode 10 of the Coronavirus Podcast host Conor Burke is joined by Tammy Hoffman, professor of Clinical Epidemiology at Bond University, to discuss non-clinical interventions and what ...

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The Coronavirus Podcast episode 9

This weeks' episode features a nurse with direct experience treating COVID-19 patients. Ashleigh Peters graduated at the end of 2018 and has been working at Westmead Hospital for nearly a year. She worked for six months in ED before changing ...

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Dancing in the face of death

Around the world, nurses are in the thick of inconceivable conditions. Their workplaces have become warzones against a mysterious disease that has rampaged nations and ravaged lives. Daily, healthcare workers witness horrific scenes of suffering and death.  So why are ...

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