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Arab nurse recites Shema Yisrael prayer for dying Hasidic patient

The Shema Yisrael prayer is considered by many the most essential prayer in Judaism.

Gaps in COVID vaccine roll out could breed new variants - survey

"We will only stop the pandemic as one world:...a nation by nation approach will ultimately fail because it will leave hot spots for new variants to spread."

Hadassah-University Medical Center's Prof. Yossi Karko (left) and Hannah Drori, chief of the hospita

Coronavirus vaccines: Which Israelis will be jabbed first?

Medical personnel top the list, while children will be ineligible for inoculation

JCT names its nursing school after legendary 'Nurse Selma'

The nursing school was essential for Israel's early response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hospice and palliative care in Israel – the British connection

Institutions dedicated to providing loving care for terminally ill patients have long existed, but the modern hospice movement was the brainchild of a remarkable woman, Cicely Saunders.

A NURSE WEARS a mask in the Coronavirus Unit at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

More nurses dead from coronavirus than in WWI - Int'l Council of Nurses

An independent investigation probes the death toll of healthcare workers, estimating it is much higher than reported, and condemns worldwide organizations for not doing as such.

Psychiatric hospitals to strike for three hours after nurse assaulted

"The nurses union will not accept any manifestation of violence against the nurses who work with dedication and mission on behalf of the patients."

A NURSE WEARS a mask in the Coronavirus Unit at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Coronavirus unsung and unpaid heroes go on a strike

The National Association of Nurses announced last Wednesday that it planned to launch a general strike if the government did not allocate more staff to hospitals, health fund clinics and other medical facilities.

Nurses from Hadassah Medical Center protest against their work conditions at the Hadassah Medical Ce

Nurses tell ‘Post’: If not enough nurses by winter, people will die

Even before coronavirus hit the country, Israel had one of the worst nurse-to-population ratios.

Nurses end nationwide strike

Israel’s health system to receive 2,000 new nurses, 400 doctors.

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