Conference Series welcomes you to “58th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress” during August 16-17, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
We have the tools — raw materials, surveillance, science, communication — to do better. “It is about political will” to make this a priority, so we don’t forget, like we did the lessons of the 1918 pandemic.
It is unbelievable that almost a year ago the community of Worthington, where I live, became a coronavirus hotspot. I remember counting down the days until it hit my family.
Heather Cox Richardson, a history professor, writes a popular daily email on Substack that provide context around political news. She wrote about these topics in the last week:
The U.S. has the most expensive healthcare and education system in the world, but is terrible at keeping people healthy and educated.
My thoughts were so extreme that I started hating my weakness to the virus and how I allowed it to consume me in such a hostile manner.
Our sighs when the Biden/Harris team was sworn in on January 20 are good starts. Breathing can help everything.
Margaret Hasse and Sharon DeMark: Shelter During the distress of pandemic, political unrest, and grievous social injustices, we sought to
“Families were communal in the past. I hope that this is something we take away [from the pandemic] — how can we lend support to one another?”
Isolation and connection are not separate, nor are they opposites.
“Unfortunately, we are probably going to be addressing how to make budget cuts without hurting people,” she said.
Deporting new mothers, pandemic insecurity in detention facilities, awaiting Biden Administration on immigrant status, vaccines for immigrants