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  • Editor's Choice

    Living with covid-19
    Fiona Godlee
    ...Fiona Godlee, editor in chief The BMJ fgodlee@.comFollow Fiona on Twitter @fgodlee Death is not the only adverse outcome of covid-19, writes Nisreen Alwan, an epidemiologist who is experiencing a range of prolonged, fluctuating, and debilitating symptoms several months after her initial mild ...
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  • Practice

    Covid-19 communication aids
    Nathan A Gray, Anthony L Back
    ....gray@dm.duke.edu This graphic, based on a guide by VitalTalk, explores conversations around serious illness.The full graphic can be seen at https://www..com/content/369/.m2255The original text is at www.vitaltalk.org/guides/covid-19-communication-skills/.View larger version: In this window In a new window Footnotes Provenance ...
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  • Editorial

    Convalescent plasma for covid-19
    Lise J Estcourt, David J Roberts
    ...-exposure prophylaxis against various viral infections, including hepatitis B, varicella zoster, and rabies.The use of convalescent plasma to treat patients with covid-19 has understandably attracted a lot of attention, but definitive evidence of efficacy has been elusive. Nevertheless, on 23 August the US Food ...
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  • Letter

    Let’s stop talking about covid-safe and covid-secure—it’s covid-mitigated
    Catherine E Urch, Andrew J T George
    ...discussions about making the workplace covid-secure or covid-safe (or even covid-friendly).1 This language is problematic as safe implies that we can make places 100% safe for staff, which will never be possible, and secure indicates a very high degree of certainty requiring excessive measures ...
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  • Practice

    Covid-19 communication aids
    Nathan A Gray, Anthony L Back
    ....gray@dm.duke.edu This extract is from the graphic medicine adaptation of a guide by VitalTalk, which gives training to support conversations around serious illness.The guide is a starting place for improving conversations with patients and families facing covid-19.The original text is at www.vitaltalk.org/guides/covid-19 ...
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  • Editorial

    Covid-19 mass testing programmes
    Angela E Raffle, Allyson M Pollock, Louisa Harding-Edgar
    ...University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 3Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK Correspondence to: A E Raffle angela.raffle@bristol.ac.uk Should be modelled on successful screening programmesMass testing programmes for covid-19 should be drawing on the UKs considerable track ...
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  • Editorial

    Airborne transmission of covid-19
    Nick Wilson, Stephen Corbett, Euan Tovey
    ...an open letter appealing to the medical community and relevant national and international bodies to recognise the potential for airborne spread of covid-19.1 Although the World Health Organization conceded that airborne transmission cannot be ruled out, the response was reserved and arguably mistaken ...
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  • Letter

    “Long covid”: the Dutch response
    Jako Burgers
    ...Jako Burgers, general practitioner Dutch College of General Practitioners, Mercatorlaan 1200, 3528 BL Utrecht, Netherlands j.burgers@nhg.org Persisting symptoms after covid-191 is also recognised as a serious problem in the Netherlands, with many GPs treating these patients. People who have been ...
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  • Editorial

    Ethnicity and covid-19
    Parth Patel, Lucinda Hiam, Annabel Sowemimo, Delan Devakumar, Martin McKee
    ...Research, London, UK 2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK 3Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust, Leicester, UK 4University College London, London, UK Correspondence to: P Patel parth.patel@ucl.ac.uk Public Health England's review of disparities in covid-19 is a serious missed ...
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  • Practice

    Covid-19 communication aids
    Nathan A Gray, Anthony L Back
    ....gray@dm.duke.edu Illness related to the novel coronavirus has driven a global crisis, and many clinicians are facing unexpected and challenging conversations. This guide is a graphic medicine adaptation of text that was created to provide a practical introduction on how to talk about difficult topics related to covid-19 ...
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