Edition 26 – Psychological Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Frontline Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Psychological Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Frontline Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries By Davy Deng and John A Naslund Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Deng D, Naslund J. Psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on frontline health workers in low- and middle-income countries. Harvard Public Health […]
COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women to Reconsider Hospital Birth By Rebecca Elliott Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Elliott R. COVID-19 is a great opportunity for Black women to reconsider hospital birth. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women […]
How Being a Prisoner and Patient Is Fit for Tragedy in the U.S. By Patricia Fuentes Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Fuentes P. How being a prisoner and patient is fit for tragedy in the U.S.. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. How Being a Prisoner and […]
Migrant Worker Safety, Occupational Health Equity, and Labor Trafficking By Jaya Prakash; Inkyu Kim, MD; Timothy B. Erickson, MD, FACEP, FACMT; Hanni Stoklosa, MD, MPH Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Prakash J, Kim I, Erickson T, Stoklosa H. Migrant worker safety, occupational health equity, and labor trafficking. HPHR. […]
How can one piece of legislation, drafted over 50 years ago, remain relevant in the modern workplace?
Edition 33 – Utilizing Employer Created Social Support Programs to Assist Frontline Nurses to Cope with the Psychological Symptoms of Trauma-Induced Stress and Burnout Connected to Patient Death During the COVID-19 Healthcare Crisis in the United States
The term pandemic has received multiple definitions in the medical literature on infectious disease.
Edition 33 – Mobilizing Public Health Professionals to Support Journalists and Fact-Checkers During the Covid-19 Pandemic
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an infodemic- a flood of epidemic-related information- that encompasses a plethora of misinformation that has arisen from rapidly evolving science, uncertainty, information gaps, and special interests.
This disruption and unsafe workplace for health workers, reflects the detrimental effect of decades of war, insecurity in the country, and illiteracy among people that has also resulted in the surge of COVID-19 cases, overwhelming the existing facilities.
Edition 33 – Is “Enough” Really Enough? How Protected Are Our Most Vulnerable Workers—Those That Support Our Country’s Economy and Infrastructure?
In March 2020, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, and U.S. Department of Labor’s Acting Secretary Al Stewart voiced their concerns about the CDC’s recommendations on workplace aerosol exposure protection.