One U.S. community appears to be at least marginally protected from health misinformation: Cameron County, Texas, which has been an U.S. epicenter for H1N1, Zika virus, and now COVID-19.
Health misinformation has far reaching and potentially damaging impacts on behavior, including vaccine hesitancy.
Edition 31 – Evaluating Communication of Public Health Policy and Guidelines to Physicians and Clinic Staff During a Pandemic
Communication overload is a substantial trial during a pandemic. One major obstacle is the overwhelming amount of changing public health guidelines and clinic policies.
Edition 28 – Assessing How We Assess Decision-Making Capacity: Informed Consent Is Necessary Before Each Capacity Assessment
Assessing How We Assess Decision-Making Capacity: Informed Consent Is Necessary Before Each Capacity Assessment By Thomas John Pisano, Jacob Charles Shamash Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Pisano T, Shamash J. Assessing how we assess decision-making capacity: informed consent is necessary before each capacity assessment. HPHR. 2021; 28. DOI:10.54111/0001/bb11 Assessing […]