Coronavirus: the 7th C affecting the 6Cs. A focus on compassion, care and touch.

  title={Coronavirus: the 7th C affecting the 6Cs. A focus on compassion, care and touch.},
  author={Jacqueline Johnstone and Debbie Duncan},
  journal={British journal of nursing},
  volume={30 15},
The C0VID-19 pandemic has challenged everyone in society, from children who are no longer able to attend school and nursery to adults trying to juggle working at home and vulnerable members of society who have needed to self-isolate. NHS staff and key workers also need to juggle their family situations and many will have to adapt their practice and ways of working to address the demands placed on the NHS during this time. The current pandemic has altered the nature of services being provided to… 


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