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Edition 48 – COVID-19

Edition 48, COVID-19, IV

Edition 48 marks HPHR’s fourth volume of COVID-19 research.

dition 48 – Impacts of Starvation and War Conflicts in Yemen During COVID-19 Pandemic

Impacts of Starvation and War Conflicts in Yemen During COVID-19 Pandemic Nusaibah Tawfik ALsanabani, Haya Mohammed Abujledan, Ibrahim Ayman Abdullah, Mahmoud Bassiony

Edition 48 – An Epidemic Within a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on Substance Use in the United States

An Epidemic Within a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on Substance Use in the United States By Sierra MacEachron and Payton Watt

Edition 48 – Bilingual Free Clinics: A Win-Win for Students and Patients or an Ethical Quandary?

Bilingual Free Clinics: A Win-Win for Students and Patients or an Ethical Quandary? By Amanda Caroline Tosi, MS and Matthew Van De

Edition 48 – Brazil and a Tragedy Foretold

Brazil and a Tragedy Foretold By Marcela Almeida Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Almeida

Edition 48 – Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Response to Global HIV Infection, with Focus on Pakistan

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Response to Global HIV Infection, with Focus on Pakistan By Mahnoor Sukaina Share on facebook Facebook Share

Edition 48 – Applicability of Virtual Reality Interventions for COVID-19 Pediatric Patients

Applicability of Virtual Reality Interventions for COVID-19 Pediatric Patients By Sahana Arkalgud Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on

Edition 48 – Medical School During a Pandemic: A Retrospective Study on US Medical School Reopening Policies

Medical School During a Pandemic: A Retrospective Study on U.S. Medical School Reopening Policies By Andrea L. Klein; Daniel J. Muller, MPhil;

Edition 48 – Anger in the Time of Corona: A Call to Meaningful Activism in Public Health

Anger in the Time of Corona: A Call to Meaningful Activism in Public Health By Gilbert Jr. D. Bernardino, Judith Odanee G.

Edition 48 – Malaria Amidst COVID-19 in the Central African Republic

Malaria Amidst COVID-19 in the Central African Republic By Samar Mohammed Alhaj, Khlood Fathi Hassan, Catherine Hermoso, Mohamed Babiker Musa, Attaullah Ahmadi,

Edition 48 – Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental Pollution and Hygiene

Measures Against Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental and Biological Pollution By Nayab Sheikh and Chanchal Maheshwari Share on facebook Facebook