Category Pandemic

Lessons From “Lying-In”

Alana Cattapan reflects on what postpartum confinement can teach us about living through COVID-19.

Long-term Care reform: Change starts with the resident

Paula Chidwick, Jill Oliver, and Carrie Bernard focus attention on the engagement of long-term care residents in the process of reform.

Personal Protective Equipment as Marketing Tool

Sylvie Lemay contends that personal protective equipment should not be branded with commercial advertising.

COVID-19: Exposing the Crisis of Long-Term Care in Canada

Maya J. Goldenberg argues that long-term care is having a much needed reckoning in Canada after decades of policy neglect.

Keeping Mental Health on COVID-19 Practice & Policy Agendas

Rachel Cooper, Josh Landry, and Angel Petropanagos summarize ethical issues related to pandemic-related practices and policies that disproportionately impact mental health patients and urge decision makers to include the perspectives of marginalized mental health patients in pandemic planning and policy decisions.