The current pandemic is highlighting and widening inequities in health systems globally. Effectively tackling COVID-19 and its repercussions requires a comprehensive, coordinated global response. We welcome the recognition of key vulnerable groups including those with pre-existing conditions like cancer and other NCDs within the proposed resolution on the global COVID-19 response.
The COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A Rapid Global Response for Children with Cancer from SIOP, COG, SIOP-E, SIOP-PODC, IPSO, PROS, CCI and St. Jude Global
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Nicole Schneider, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist at Texas Children’s Hospital, where she specializes in working with children, teenagers, and young adults with cancer. She will be completing two posts on mental health in the pediatric oncology workplace. As one might expect, taking care of chronically and critically ill patients can be extremely emotionally […]
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