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The coronavirus pandemic has overturned assumptions about the way the world’s health systems work. This report looks at the challenges they face, and the solutions they are finding. Further articles will appear on November 18
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Researchers are hailing a breakthrough in personalised treatments for mental illness that could be used for other conditions
Firms have a duty to ensure workloads do not make staff ill despite penchant for overwork
Legal groups struggle with attrition as M&A boom sparks exhaustion among junior lawyers
Device sends a corrective electric pulse when it detects neural activity associated with irrational thoughts
Having a wide variety of experiences — even bad ones — is important for our wellbeing
We should foster solidarity with our fellow humans at all times, not just during a global crisis
A revolution is needed if we are to truly fix the system — and help all generations equally
Experts point to mounting evidence that the virus can cause long-term brain damage in some patients
While the past can have a destructive effect on our professional lives, we can learn to make conscious changes
The jobs of the future will value different skills than those of the past
‘I was just out there to do this for me,’ says champion US gymnast after tumultuous week
US gymnast’s exit from Olympics events reveals the pressure on elite athletes during the pandemic
Over-50s have maintained their mental health in the pandemic with a drink in hand
We longed for freedom during the pandemic but now we’re not sure how to use it
Pharma group blames ‘misinformation’ for overshadowing approval of therapy
Research to focus on future health burden as variants and looser restrictions drive up cases
Doctors fear ‘tens of thousands’ of people could be afflicted by multiple symptoms
US drugs watchdog was under pressure after scientific outcry over controversial Biogen treatment
Medical experts say it could be most damaging consequence of ending lockdown restrictions
How to build resilience in the face of setbacks
Hypothesis that brain plaques cause disease viewed with scepticism by some scientists