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The prevalence of long COVID — a multi-system chronic illness occurring weeks to months after a COVID-19 infection — has led to what some have called ‘the hidden pandemic.’ (Shutterstock)

Making visible the invisible: Supporting long COVID patients and the people caring for them

Although millions are navigating long COVID, four years into the pandemic both patients and their caregivers continue to face challenges accessing the information and care they need.
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NZ needs a 300% increase in qualified midwives – and those working need more support and recognition

With a 40% staffing shortfall, midwifery needs better funding. But as new research shows, midwives also need recognition and support for the important work they do in the New Zealand health sector.
Charles McMillan, a witness to George Floyd’s murder, speaks at the site where Floyd was killed on May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images

Americans used to unite over tragic events − and now are divided by them

Public tragedies are heartrending events that gain widespread public attention. But where once prominent tragedies often brought Americans together, such tragedies no longer unify the country.
We put together a list of staff recommendations of our podcast for your summer listening. This is a collage of the guests of those episodes. (The Conversation Canada)

Some of our favourite episodes you may have missed: Don’t Call Me Resilient podcast

In this bonus episode, you’ll meet some of the producers who help make this podcast to revisit some of our favourite episodes from past seasons.
The actions we take now will determine whether the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 outbreak already affecting birds and mammals around the world takes hold in humans. (AP Photo/Erin Hooley)

An ounce of prevention: Now is the time to take action on H5N1 avian flu, because the stakes are enormous

Our approach to combating pandemics must shift to one that prioritizes prevention of human infections with zoonotic viruses, rather than focusing on rapid response once human infection is widespread.
Democratic Republic of Congo president Felix Tshisekedi. Photo by Paul Ellis - Pool/Getty Images

Are presidents good role models for vaccination uptake? DRC study shows only if they’re trusted, and people get to know about it

Vaccinating public village leaders or respected older community members might be an effective approach to increasing vaccine uptake.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization, delivers his statement during the opening of the World Health Assembly, which took place in Geneva from May 27 to June 1. (Salvatore Di Nolfi/Keystone via AP)

Historic amendments to the WHO’s International Health Regulations create a path towards an equitable pandemic treaty

The WHO’s International Health Regulations are the world’s only existing international legal agreement focused exclusively on preventing and addressing infectious disease outbreaks across borders.

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