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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: LSE Press
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1 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Sep―28 The Impact of COVID-19 on the Organization of Personal Support Work in Ontario, Canada Husayn Marani, Sandra McKay, Gregory Marchildon
2 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Sep―20 State Policy Responses to COVID-19 in Nursing Homes Courtney Van Houtven, Katherine Miller, Rebecca Gorges, Hilary Campbell, Walter Dawson, John McHugh, et al. (+19)
3 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Sep―20 Caring in Covid-19: Personal Assistants’ Changing Relationships with their Clients’ Family Members Jill Manthorpe, Kritika Samsi, Caroline Norrie, John Woolham
4 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Jul―19 Lessons Learned from Italian Nursing Homes during the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Tale of Long-Term Care Fragility and Policy Failure Elisabetta Notarnicola, Eleonora Perobelli, Andrea Rotolo, Sara Berloto
5 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Jul―08 Relationship between the Ownership Status of Nursing Homes and Their Outcomes During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Rapid Literature Review Florien M. Kruse, Jasmine C. Mah, Sanne J. J. P. M. Metsemakers, Melissa K. Andrew, Samir K. Sinha, Patrick P.T. Jeurissen
6 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―May―14 The Impacts of COVID-19 on Unpaid Carers of Adults with Long-Term Care Needs and Measures to Address these Impacts: A Rapid Review of Evidence up to November 2020 Klara Lorenz-Dant, Adelina Comas-Herrera
7 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 Preparing for Crises: Lessons from Covid-19 Jishnu Das, Adnan Q. Khan, Asim I. Khwaja, Anum Malkani
8 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 COVID-19 and Ethnic Inequalities in England Lucinda Platt
9 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 COVID-19 and Global Income Inequality Angus Deaton
10 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 The Attractions and Limitations of Pragmatist Crisis Management: A Discussion in Light of COVID-19 Experiences Arjen Boin, Martin Lodge
11 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 Institutions, Trust and Responsiveness: Patterns of Government and Private Action During the COVID-19 Pandemic Timothy Besley, Sacha Dray
12 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 The Accelerated Value of Social Skills in Knowledge Work and the COVID-19 Pandemic Cecily Josten, Grace Lordan
13 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 Death and Destitution: The Global Distribution of Welfare Losses from the COVID-19 Pandemic Francisco H. G. Ferreira, Olivier Sterck, Daniel G. Mahler, Benoît Decerf
14 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―May―03 Following the Science: Pandemic Policy Making and Reasonable Worst-Case Scenarios Richard Bradley, Joe Roussos
15 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Apr―27 Enablers and Barriers to Implement COVID-19 Measures in Long-Term Care Facilities: A Mixed Methods Implementation Science Assessment in Chile Jorge Browne, Josefa Palacios, Ignacio Madero-Cabib, Pablo Villalobos Dintrans, Rocío Quilodrán, Alejandro Ceriani, Danilo Meza
16 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Mar―31 Centralized Management of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Long-Term Care Facilities in Israel S. Tsadok-Rosenbluth, B. Hovav, G. Horowitz, S. Brammli-Greenberg
17 [GO] LSE Public Policy Review 2021―Mar―05 Community Responses to the Coronavirus Pandemic: How Mutual Aid Can Help Eleanor Benton, Anne Power
18 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2021―Feb―02 Fractures in the Austrian Model of Long-Term Care: What are the Lessons from the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic? Kai Leichsenring, Andrea E. Schmidt, Heidemarie Staflinger
19 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2020―Nov―11 Did the UK Government Really Throw a Protective Ring Around Care Homes in the COVID-19 Pandemic? Selina Rajan, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Martin Mckee
20 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2020―Oct―22 Producing ‘Top Tips’ for Care Home Staff During the COVID-19 Pandemic in England: Rapid Reviews Inform Evidence-Based Practice but Reveal Major Gaps Ann-Marie Towers, Anne Killett, Melanie Handley, Kathryn Almack, Tamara Backhouse, Diane Bunn, et al. (+6)
21 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2020―Oct―08 Impact of COVID-19 Policy Responses on Live-In Care Workers in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland Michael Leiblfinger, Veronika Prieler, Karin Schwiter, Jennifer Steiner, Aranka Benazha, Helma Lutz
22 [GO] Journal of Long-Term Care 2020―Sep―15 International Policy Responses and Early Management of Threats Posed by the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic to Social Care Caroline Emmer De Albuquerque Green, Jill Manthorpe, Nicole Steils, Martin Stevens, Stephen Martineau, John Woolham, et al. (+10)


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