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Infidelity in the time of COVID‐19

Authors:
GORDON Kristina Coop, Mitchell Erica A.
Journal article citation:
Family Process, 59(3), 2020, pp.956-966.
Publisher:
Wiley

...the pandemic due to the intersection with the social, emotional, and financial consequences of COVID‐19. Furthermore, couples are likely to experience disruptions and delays to the affair recovery process during the pandemic, which can negatively impact their ability to heal. Therefore, recommendations for navigating affair recovery during the pandemic, including adaptations for therapy, are also discussed. (Edited publisher abstract)

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The COVID-19 rehabilitation pandemic

Authors:
DE BIASE Sarah, et al
Journal article citation:
Age and Ageing, 49(5), 2020, pp.696-700.
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the response to the pandemic are combining to produce a tidal wave of need for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation will be needed for survivors of COVID-19, many of whom are older, with underlying health problems. In addition, rehabilitation will be needed for those who have become deconditioned as a result of movement restrictions, social isolation... (Edited publisher abstract)

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Frailty in the face of COVID-19

Authors:
HUBBARD Ruth Eleanor, et al
Journal article citation:
Age and Ageing, 49(4), 2020, pp.499-500.
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Rapidly increasing healthcare demand due to COVID-19 requires clinicians to make difficult medical and ethical decisions about the treatment of older people, models of care and triage systems. Algorithms and scoring systems are being developed to predict risks of mortality in relation to the most limited resources such as mechanical ventilation. Screening of frailty is being proposed as a key (Edited publisher abstract)

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Family in the age of COVID‐19

Author:
LEBOW Jay
Journal article citation:
Family Process, 59(2), 2020, pp.309-312.
Publisher:
Wiley

...that reactions to COVID‐19 present a once in a lifetime international social experiment about family life, perhaps the most widespread social experiment of all time. (Edited publisher abstract)

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Helping couples in the shadow of COVID‐19

Authors:
STANLEY Scott M., MARKMAN Howard J.
Journal article citation:
Family Process, 59(3), 2020, pp.937-955.
Publisher:
Wiley

The pandemic caused by the SARS‐CoV‐2 virus (coronavirus) and the associated illness, COVID‐19, has caused a level of worldwide upheaval unlike any most people now living have seen in their lifetimes. This crisis affects people in their most important, committed, and intimate relationships. Although this crisis has damaged the health and well‐being of individuals, crushed economies, and led (Edited publisher abstract)

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Recommendations in covid-19 times: a view for home care

Authors:
TONIN Luana, et al
Journal article citation:
Brazilian Journal of Nursing (Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem), 73(suppl 2), 2020,
Publisher:
Brazilian Nursing Association
Place of publication:
Brazil

Objective: To suggest recommendations for the practice of Home Nursing in the context of COVID-19. Method: Reflective study, originated from readings associated with the theme, available in current guidelines from the Pan American Health Organization, World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health. Results: Recommendations were developed from current scientific evidence for prevention... (Edited publisher abstract)

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The impact of COVID-19 on children’s social care in England

Authors:
BAGINKSY Mary, MANTHORPE Jill
Journal article citation:
Child Abuse and Neglect, early cite 16 September 2020, p.104739.
Publisher:
Elsevier

Background: 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. Objective: The study was designed to understand how CSC made the transition from being an office-based agency to one where... (Edited publisher abstract)

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The challenges of COVID‐19 for divorcing and post‐divorce families

Author:
LEBOW Jay L.
Journal article citation:
Family Process, 59(3), 2020, pp.967-973.
Publisher:
Wiley

COVID‐19 and the accompanying procedures of shelter‐in‐place have had a powerful effect on all families but have additional special meanings in the context of families contemplating divorce, divorcing, or carrying out postdivorce arrangements. This paper explores those special meanings for these families. It also offers suggestions for couple and family therapists involved in helping...

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COVID‐19 pandemic: applying a multisystemic lens

Author:
ROLLAND John S.
Journal article citation:
Family Process, 59(3), 2020, pp.922-936.
Publisher:
Wiley

The COVID‐19 pandemic has a pervasive effect on all aspects of family life. We can distinguish the collective societal and community effects of the global pandemic and the risk and disease impact for individuals and families. This paper draws on Rolland’s Family Systems‐Illness (FSI) model to describe some of the unique challenges through a multisystemic lens. Highlighting the pattern...

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Delirium: a missing piece in the COVID-19 pandemic puzzle

Authors:
O’HANLON Shane, INOUYE Sharon K.
Journal article citation:
Age and Ageing, 49(4), 2020, pp.497-498.
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

This editorial argues that delirium is an important missing component in the assessment and management of older people for COVID-19. Guidelines should include delirium as a presenting feature, screening should be a standard of care, and non-pharmacological approaches for delirium prevention and management need to be implemented as early and often as possible. Resources to assist healthcare... (Edited publisher abstract)

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