At Colmar hospital, a wave of non-vaccinated against Covid-19

By Camille Stromboni Posted today at 03:24 Reserved for our subscribers ReportageWednesday, December 1, faced with the advance of the epidemic in Alsace, the white plan was triggered, reviving here the memory of March 2020, when the disease had affected the region violently before the rest of the country. “Me, it makes me a mess … Read more

Hospital: several thousand demonstrators in Paris to demand an end to bed closures and more posts

The salary increases of the “Ségur de la santé” have not extinguished the demands of caregivers. A few thousand people marched on Saturday, December 4, near the Ministry of Health, in Paris, to demand an end to bed closures in public hospitals and better working conditions for caregivers. Throughout their – short – procession between … Read more

Covid-19: the new epidemic wave is putting pressure on an already weakened hospital system

In a room of the medical intensive care unit of the Louis-Pasteur hospital in Colmar, on December 1, 2021. LUCAS BARIOULET FOR “THE WORLD” The fifth wave of Covid-19 continues to progress in France. If the increase in the incidence rate has been observed for more than a month, the pace has accelerated in the … Read more

“Our leaders have remained deaf to the cry of alarm from caregivers on the degradation of the public hospital”

Tribune. The waves of Covid-19 follow each other, and we hope they do not look alike. Will hospitals be able to cope with the influx of patients again? The state of the establishments, where the beds close by the hundreds for lack of caregivers – having, out of disgust, fled the hospital that trained them … Read more

At the Munich hospital, “we are prioritizing patients, tinkering right to left”

A nurse at the University Hospital in Munich, Germany on November 23, 2021. ARNE PIEPKE / DOCKS COLLECTIVE FOR “THE WORLD” A deserted entrance hall, empty corridors, no one in the cafeteria: it’s hard to tell yourself that you are in the middle of the day, in the middle of the week, in the heart … Read more

“I couldn’t do my job properly”: disappointed with the hospital, these midwives preferred to open their private practice

By Sandra Favier Posted today at 8:00 a.m., updated at 08:19 a.m. Reserved for our subscribers StoryPoor working conditions and pay have mobilized midwives since the start of 2021. Hospital and liberal professionals are on strike again this weekend. On this rather banal day in 2013, Mélanie Gobillard, then a midwife in a hospital in … Read more

“I thought that in the hospital, she would be protected”: the suicide of a young girl within the AP-HP questions the safety standards

The entrance to Ambroise-Paré hospital, in Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine), March 18, 2020. BENOIT DURAND / HANS LUCAS VIA AFP Véronique Le Mouel often wakes up at 2 a.m. A start in the twilight, caused by his mind remained frozen at a time when this January 27, the head of the pediatric department of the Ambroise-Paré hospital, … Read more

In Nancy, the children’s hospital, under tension, faces an epidemic of “early” and “intense” bronchiolitis

By Delphine Roucaute Posted today at 11:30 a.m., updated at 11:38 a.m. Reserved for our subscribers FactualWhile the Grand-Est region is on epidemic alert for this childhood respiratory disease, other winter pathologies are added to under-staffed pediatric services. A few meters from the imposing bar seventies at the CHRU Brabois, in the southern suburbs of … Read more

Georgia transferred hunger strike Mikheil Saakashvili to military hospital

Portrait of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili at a rally calling for his release from prison in Tbilisi, Georgia, October 14, 2021. IRAKLI GEDENIDZE / REUTERS The Georgian authorities transferred, on the night of Friday 19 to Saturday 20 November, the opponent and former President Mikheil Saakashvili to a military hospital, after doctors said they … Read more

“Eleven times more vaccinated in the hospital”: how to make lie real statistics on the Covid-19

In France there are, in proportion, seven times more unvaccinated people than people vaccinated in hospital, according to the latest data from the Directorate of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (DREES) for the end of October. Would the Pays de la Loire be an exception to this pattern? This is what Alexis Poulin, who presents … Read more