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This week: Aussie nurse on US coronavirus frontline urges against complacency - Pandemic impacts clinical trials and healthcare programs - Tips for good telehealth patient experience - and more.
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An Australian emergency nurse working in one of the United States' coronavirus hotspots is urging Australians to continue to adhere to social-distancing measures to avoid the horrors she is witnessing in the US. - abc.net.au
A team of researchers from Fudan University in Shanghai and the New York Blood Centre researched the virus’s ability to kill powerful immune cells – the exact things that are supposed to kill coronavirus. - news.com.au
Clinical trials and preventative healthcare programs worth millions of dollars in research funding have collapsed due to a lack of participation during the COVID-19 pandemic. - canberratimes.com.au
With telehealthcare becoming more prevalent, providers may consider the communication skills that will lead to a positive patient experience. - patientengagementhit.com
When the beat drops, these health care workers know it’s all about the footwork. Medical professionals across the country are participating in dance challenges on social media. It’s helping them share smiles and blow off steam during the demanding coronavirus pandemic. - 7news.com.au
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