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Nurses are uniquely at risk of COVID-19, and are affected by many of the health inequalities that the pandemic has exposed. But no one is listening to them.
Revenge is what Democrats must avoid at all costs if voters bless them on November 3 with the hat trick of American governance, control of the U.S. House, Senate, and the White House.
Moving primary care online and cancelling key services such as organ transplants is likely to have an outsized effect on BAME communities. COVID-19 could disproportionately affect BAME people’s health, even if they don’t catch the virus.
Enslaved people’s health was ignored from the country’s beginning, laying the groundwork for today’s health disparities.4 min read
The health care inequities suffered by Black Americans today began centuries ago. An understanding of the inequities of the past is an imperative. Only then can we begin to dismantle structural racism.
If the UK loses the highly skilled and experienced migrant workers who currently prop up the care sector, a major crisis could emerge.
Staff shortages and lack of training are placing healthcare workers in danger.