Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚

The UCI Center for Population, Inequality, and Policy presents Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 Tuesday, June 9 6:00 p.m. Webinar REGISTER: https://ucisocsci.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_16JYyrmCS06VmNQ2vVvCmg Panel discussion with:  Andrew Noymer, Associate Professor, Public Health, UCI Daniel Parker, Assistant Professor, Public Health, UCI Dana Mukamel, Professor, Medicine, UCI and Director, iTEQC Research Program And special guests: [...]

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚2020-06-05T10:37:39-07:00

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚

UCI Center for Population, Inequality, and Policy  Presents presents Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 Tuesday, June 9 | 6:00 PM | Webinar Register:  https://ucisocsci.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_16JYyrmCS06VmNQ2vVvCmg panel discussion with Andrew Noymer Assoc. Professor, UCI Public Health Daniel Parker Assistant Professor, UCI Public Health Dana Mukamel Professor, UCI Medicine, Director, iTEQC Research Program and special [...]

Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19 ♥ ✚2020-06-08T09:42:36-07:00

UCI Health | UCI Health is committed to equality ♥ ★ ✚

  UCI Health is committed to equality Dear colleagues, Over the weekend, our nation was shaken by the violence following the senseless death of George Floyd. His death, and the deaths of others, are sad reminders that bigotry and racism are more prevalent in our society than we would like to admit. Racism is contrary [...]

UCI Health | UCI Health is committed to equality ♥ ★ ✚2020-07-23T09:01:40-07:00

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Coronavirus: Science and Solutions (live webcast) ✚

Berkeley’s School of Public Health will host a follow-up to its initial town hall, Coronavirus: Facts & Fears that focused on illuminating the facts and dispelling fears around this public health crisis. Part 2 of this series, Coronavirus: Science and Solutions, will focus on addressing unanswered questions from the last town hall, and highlighting emerging science that [...]

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Coronavirus: Science and Solutions (live webcast) ✚2020-04-03T11:59:45-07:00

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Creating Informed Responses: Berkeley’s Computing and Data Science In Action (live webcast) ✚

Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter, Director of the Berkeley Institute for Data Science, and Michael Lu, Dean of the Berkeley School of Public Health, will host and moderate a roundtable discussion with Berkeley researchers who are mobilizing computing and data science for COVID-19 response and recovery, from helping local public health officials track the pandemic to predicting and [...]

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Creating Informed Responses: Berkeley’s Computing and Data Science In Action (live webcast) ✚2020-04-03T12:02:54-07:00

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Making sense of data, social distancing and what lies ahead (live webcast) ✚

This Q&A with Professor Art Reingold and Associate Provost Jennifer Chayes focuses on helping the public make sense of data and information about the virus’s spread, the impact and efficacy of social distancing, and the implications for our short- and long-term future.   Art Reingold, M.D., is the Division Head of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Berkeley [...]

Berkeley Conversations: Covid-19: Making sense of data, social distancing and what lies ahead (live webcast) ✚2020-04-03T12:01:15-07:00

Inclusivity during difficult times ♥ ★ ✚

The Coronavirus pandemic is a global event affecting more than 25 countries. As you have read in recent campus messages from Dr. Albert Chang, medical director of the Student Health Center, there is still much that is unknown clinically about the novel virus. Knowledge is critical in informing how we respond, and it is [...]

Inclusivity during difficult times ♥ ★ ✚2020-06-04T13:37:15-07:00
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