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April 22: Weekly Roundup of COVID-19 Coverage from CHIBE Faculty

By April 22, 2020April 27th, 2020No Comments

COVID-19Find selected coronavirus coverage from CHIBE-affiliated faculty members here:

Human Resource Executive: Number of the day: Coronavirus stress (Sally Welborn)

Forbes: How College Campus Closings Are Affecting Graduating Seniors (George Loewenstein)

KLFY: LSU and K Health team up to provide Louisiana residents free access to doctors (Rebekah Gee)

Daily Signal: Problematic Women: Saving Lives and Livelihoods of Equal Importance in COVID-19 Fight (Gail Wilensky)

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Coronavirus is separating dying patients from their families. Now, healthy people are making sure end-of-life wishes are known (Scott Halpern)

People: Worried About Your Kids During Quarantine? Don’t Worry, Says an Expert: ‘Most Won’t Remember It’ (Adam Grant)

USA Today: Can I still go for a walk, run under stay at home orders? Should I wear a mask? (Carolyn Cannuscio)

The Philadelphia Inquirer: The coronavirus pandemic is playing out behind hospital walls. On social media, these doctors and nurses give a peek into the front lines (Kit Delgado)

The Philadelphia Inquirer: What happened to all the toilet paper, according to professors of psychology and supply chains (Deborah Small)

People: Doctors Concerned About Lung Damage to Coronavirus Patients from Long-Term Ventilator Use (Scott Halpern)

Seattle Times: How to help others during a pandemic when they’re too embarrassed to ask (George Loewenstein)

The Washington Post: Coronavirus killed a mother and her three sons, devastating their surviving relatives (Rebekah Gee)

Medium: Novel, Real-Time Data for Getting Ahead of COVID-19 and Safely Easing Physical Distancing Policies (Kit Delgado and Alison Buttenheim)

The Philadelphia Tribune: Contact tracing for COVID-19 starts on a small scale in Philly (Carolyn Cannuscio)

The Atlantic: Business and Science Are Pointing in the Same Direction (Kevin Volpp, David Asch, and Ralph Muller)

The Conversation: Hand-washing and distancing don’t have tangible benefits – so keeping up these protective behaviors for months will be tricky (Gretchen Chapman and George Loewenstein)

Sharon Herald: Gov. sets target date of May 8 (Alison Buttenheim)

Pittsburgh Action News: Some Democratic PA lawmakers rebuke calls for a ‘rush to reopen’ in the face of COVID-19 pandemic (Alison Buttenheim)

Washington Post: As protesters swarm state capitols, much of the coronavirus backlash is coming from within (Alison Buttenheim)

TribLive: Protesters in Pittsburgh demand Gov. Wolf to reopen businesses amid coronavirus pandemic (Alison Buttenheim)

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