Health Archive

Ray Brescia, Albany Law School – Social Distance and Social Change

Successful social movements have some things in common. Ray Brescia, professor of law at Albany Law

Alford Young, Jr., University of Michigan – Isolation Protocols and Low-Income African-American Workers

On University of Michigan Week: Isolation protocols during the pandemic can be challenging for low-wage workers

William Lopez, University of Michigan – COVID-19 in Prisons and Meat Packing Plants

On University of Michigan Week: It’s impossible to social distance for prisoners in prison setting. William

Alison Pittman, Texas A&M University – LGBTQIA+ Medical Care

On Texas A&M Center for Sports Management Research & Education Week: LGBTQIA+ patients still face challenges

Denise Demers, University of Central Arkansas – Health Profession Students Interprofessional Collaboration Competencies

On University of Central Arkansas Week: Healthcare care workers can be exposed to many different things

Paula Saravia, University of California San Diego – Patagonia Sadness

Communities are very vulnerable to environmental changes. Paula Saravia, researcher at the University of California San

Tamie Jovanelly, Berry College – Water Quality

Water is a powerful tool and an important resource. Tamie Jovanelly, associate professor of geology at

Michael Vargas, SUNY New Paltz – COVID-19 and the Black Death

Where do we look for historical insight on the current pandemic? Michael Vargas, professor of medieval

Maria Antonia Rodriguez, Northcentral University – DASH Diet

It’s hard following a diet, even if it’s for medical reasons. Maria Antonia Rodriguez, associate professor

Brianne Gilbert, Loyola Marymount University – COVID-19 Opinions

What were people thinking about stay at home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic? Brianne Gilbert, senior