Hectic winter will have a significant effect on children’s care
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Hectic winter will have a significant effect on children’s care

Carli Whittaker Consultant editor, Nursing Children and Young People

Winter is here and, as usual, things are hectic. Political and economic unrest are rife, the cost of living and energy prices continue to rise, and annual respiratory viruses have arrived. The effect of all this on children and young people, and their families, has yet to be determined, but is likely to be significant. For example, households with children whose health depends on technology are seeing energy bills skyrocket, with little relief in sight.

Nursing Children and Young People. 35, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.35.1.5.s1

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