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Eric Lachassinne; Loïc de Pontual; Marion Caseris
Olivia D. Herrington; Ashley Clayton; Laelia Benoit (et al.)
Stephen Murata; Taylor Rezeppa; Brian Thoma (et al.)
This global progress report on water, sanitation, hygiene, waste management and cleaning (WASH) in health care facilities comes at an unprecedented moment, when coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is exposing key vulnerabilities in health systems, such as inadequate infection prevention and control. WASH services in health care facilities, so often taken for granted – or as this report highlights, outright neglected – are needed more than ever to protect vulnerable health workers and patients. The report identifies major global gaps in WASH services: one third of health care facilities do not have what is needed to clean hands where care is provided; one in four facilities lack basic water services, and one in 10 have no sanitation services.
Marloes van Gorp; Heleen Maurice‐Stam; Layla C. Teunissen (et al.)
Abideen Salako; Oluwatosin Odubela; Tomilola Musari-Martins (et al.)
Mary Baginsky; Jill Manthorpe
As a response to COVID-19 the population of England was asked to stay at home and work from there wherever possible. This included those working in children’s social care (CSC) who have responsibility for child protection and other safeguarding duties. The study was designed to understand how CSC made the transition from being an office-based agency to one where the majority of social workers were based at home and to understand how CSC perceived the impact on children and their families. Participants and setting Senior members of CSC staff in 15 local authorities took part in the research in June 2020.
Melissa Kimber; Jill R. McTavish; Meredith Vanstone (et al.)
Chikako Honda; Kyoko Yoshioka‐Maeda; Riho Iwasaki‐Motegi (et al.)
B. S. Russell; M. Hutchison; R. Tambling (et al.)
Jonathan Adamson; Chris Bird; Kate Edgworth (et al.)
This paper tries to put up guidelines in preparing a stand-alone children’s
emergency department. It takes into account triage, personal protective equipment, clinical guidelines, information sharing and personnel training.
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