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Nurses with long-COVID: how to support recovery and a return to work

Staff struggling with chronic, debilitating symptoms need hope of rehabilitation, which is where proactive occupational health and sympathetic employers come in

Staff struggling with chronic, debilitating symptoms need hope of rehabilitation, which is where proactive occupational health and sympathetic employers and colleagues come in

  • Long-COVID is blighting the lives of healthcare professionals and some can feel cast adrift from their careers
  • Patchy care and financial support means not all nurses have the same chance of rehabilitation
  • Find out what approaches nursing staff need to get back to health, including optimal post-COVID care and line manager support

It has been more than two years since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the spread of COVID-19 a global pandemic; in the UK alone there have been 21.9 million cases to date .

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