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Resistance, innovation, improvisation: When governments fell short during COVID-19, long-term care workers stepped up

By Daniel Dickson, PhD Candidate in Political Science, Concordia University
Patrik Marier, Professor, Political Science, Concordia University
Robert Henry Cox, Professor of Political Science, University of South Carolina
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The COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated the scarcity resources in long-term care. But it has also revealed how staff are undervalued.

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