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"I think with the right communication, and this would be the university's responsibility up front ... you can get [students] to engage and start thinking about how their actions may lead to the university having to re-close," says . 🎧
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Laura Murray, Ph.D. Jul 10
We feel for University students and their caregivers! Take a listen.... and I would love your feedback and thoughts!
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Public Health On Call Jul 10
Parents of college students face particular stresses these days: How do you discuss the uncertainties and risks as campuses reopen in the fall? On today's with , shares tips for having these conversations. 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 10
"Good decision making and problem solving skills are so essential right now and those are things that we don't come by naturally," says . "Even people that are good at it are feeling a bit fatigued by constantly going through this." 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 9
"In this pandemic the only thing we can rely on is each other," says , in a conversation with and 's Dr. Daniel Hale about how faith leaders and health professionals can work together to share important messages. 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 9
How can faith communities help reduce the spread of ? discussed with , founder of the Muslim Social Services Agency, and Dr. Daniel Hale, director of 's Healthy Community Partnerships. 🎧
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Panagis Galiatsatos, MD, MHS Jul 9
Medical - religious partnerships in a time of It was an honor to guest host on this podcast and interview my mentor (Dr Hale) and a community leader and colleague (). Enjoy!
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Jul 9
What role do faith leaders play in conveying important health messaging to their congregants—especially during a pandemic? On today's , discussed with and 's Dr. Daniel Hale. 🎧
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Jul 8
"Universities and colleges are not islands unto themselves," says on today's . "If there is a high incidence and prevalence of in the surrounding community, I'd expect that to be mirrored on campus." 🎧
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Chitra Wadhwani Jul 7
Insightful conversation on why from January to May, Cambodia had 125 coronavirus known cases.
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Stephanie Desmon Jul 8
My heart really goes out to college kids, kids in general, who are missing out on so many important milestones -- social, emotional, educational -- because we failed them by letting spread as it has.
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Public Health On Call Jul 8
"When we're talking about colleges and universities 'coming back,' they're not going to come back in the way that they have in the past with large group settings and student life in the same way we've experienced it," tells . 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 8
"It will never be 100% safe," tells . "We know we're going to have cases of on college campuses—and we've already seen that. The idea is to make it as safe as possible and avoid big epidemics of the virus." #️⃣ 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 8
College and universities are announcing plans to reopen in the Fall—some online-only, some "hyflex," and others entirely or mostly on-campus. Can schools safely reopen? and discuss with . #️⃣ 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 7
"It's not that we haven't seen any cases in schools—we have," says , who contributes to . "The data is coalescing around that broad conclusion that schools are probably not a huge source of spread." #️⃣ 🎧
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Johns Hopkins CCP Jul 7
Economist and bestselling author talks with CCP's about her data-centric approach to demystifying the pandemic on the new website, . Listen to the full podcast on 's here:
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HopkinsIHHS Jul 7
In a recent episode of , director speaks with , incident manager for & health systems coordinator for in Cambodia, on Cambodia's response and how the country has managed to keep numbers low. Listen🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 7
"My long term hope for is that I shut it down because this doesn't go on forever," says . #️⃣ 🎧
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Public Health On Call Jul 7
Should schools open in the Fall? "My concerns lie not with the kids but with the teachers, staff ... and all the other people around schools," tells . "What are the ways we can protect those groups?" #️⃣ 🎧
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Kumanan Rasanathan Jul 6
Thanks for chance to reflect on my past few months working as Incident Manager - Cambodians should be proud of their efforts to manage outbreak but still long way to go
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