Impact of coronavirus in nursing care system


Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice has announced almost 50 percent discount on article processing charge to commemorate its Anniversary. Journal of Clinical Nursing and Practice aims to disseminate knowledge and promote discussion through the publication of peer-reviewed, high quality research papers on all topics related to nursing. The open access journal is published by the Lexis Group comprising of Lexis Academy and Lexis Press, has come a long way in publishing sector.

It gives us great pleasure to announce the call for paper on the occasion of Anniversary of the Journal at special and hefty discount of up to 50 percent on one-time article processing charge. Prospective academicians and scientists are encouraged to utilize this opportunity to get their articles reviewed, processed and published at relatively faster pace and at lower charges.

As the coronavirus continues to spread globally, some health-care professionals and experts have growing concerns about how the virus could disproportionately impact women. Right now, women in the U.S. hold 76% of health-care jobs, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In nursing, where workers are on the front lines of patient interactions, women make up more than 85% of the workforce.

These women [in health-care professions] also have responsibility to take care of parents, who are older, and school-aged children,” says Nielsen, who currently serves as senior associate dean for health policy at the University at Buffalo. “So their lives are enormously impacted by worrying about elderly relatives and by school closures.

“It’s a little scary,” says one registered nurse who works in the Washington, D.C. area, who asked not to be named to protect her privacy and employment. In the past, she’s worked with patients who’ve had the flu, tuberculosis and other communicable diseases, but the coronavirus is different, she tells CNBC Make It. In addition to the virus having no vaccine yet, the rush of people being infected has led to some health-care workers being fearful that they may contract it as well, she says.

An in-home nursing service offers personalized nursing care at home as offered in a typical hospital while being more compassionate towards the patient and gets integrated into the patient’s family and develops an emotional bond with the patient and their family.

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