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Kimberly Marselas

Kimberly Marselas

Kimberly Marselas is senior editor of McKnight’s Long-Term Care News. She joined the staff in 2021 after working as a contributor for eight years. A proud journalism graduate of the University of Maryland, Kim started her career as a daily newspaper reporter and has always been drawn to stories involving children and seniors (and food). She is a fast and dedicated reader and a slow and somewhat less-dedicated half marathoner. She lives in central Pennsylvania with her husband and three children.

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Clinical briefs for Monday, Dec. 14

COVID-19 can induce seizures and movement disorders, even in moderate cases … CDC reports record flu vaccine distribution in a so-far mild season … FDA OKs first non-prescription, at-home COVID test … Metformin tied to fewer COVID deaths in hospitalized women with diabetes, obesity … Severe coronavirus 7 times more likely in UK essential workers than non-essential workers.

Pandemic stresses long-term care’s abilities, Paycor survey finds

Fifty-six percent of long-term care providers say fear of contracting the coronavirus is disrupting their ability to deliver care, according to a new survey by human capital management company Paycor. In addition, the virus has put added pressures on the labor market, with 64% of respondents saying they are concerned about skilled staff leaving nursing…

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