Author: Kristin Hedges

COVID-19 Continued Information Resources

Kristin Hedges , April 9th, 2021


Check out the new slide deck from Dr. Mark Nichter reviewing the COVID-19 variants, public health balancing act, and public health citizenship. Check out the European Centre for…


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COVID-19 Continued Information Resources

Kristin Hedges , April 9th, 2021


Check out the new slide deck from Dr. Mark Nichter reviewing the COVID-19 variants, public health balancing act, and public health citizenship. Check out the European Centre for…


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Check out this excellent infograph resource from HCWhosted. Please share widely.

Kristin Hedges , February 5th, 2021


Now That You’re Vaccinated


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Check out this excellent infograph resource from HCWhosted. Please share widely.

Kristin Hedges , February 5th, 2021


Now That You’re Vaccinated


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Communivax

Kristin Hedges , December 18th, 2020


Exciting new project launched out of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security at the Bloomberg School of Public Health: Communivax. “The coalition will conduct rapid ethnographic research rela…


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Communivax

Kristin Hedges , December 18th, 2020


Exciting new project launched out of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security at the Bloomberg School of Public Health: Communivax. “The coalition will conduct rapid ethnographic research rela…


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The Great Barrington Declaration is dangerous

Kristin Hedges , November 18th, 2020


The argument to “open up” society for everyone who is determined to not be at high risk does not take into account the true numbers of who fits…


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The Great Barrington Declaration is dangerous

Kristin Hedges , November 18th, 2020


The argument to “open up” society for everyone who is determined to not be at high risk does not take into account the true numbers of who fits…


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Health Care Workers and COVID-19

Kristin Hedges , October 30th, 2020


Check out the newest set of COVID resources slide deck focused on Health Care Workers -cases-mortality- stress and burnout and attrition. Health-care workers account for 1 in 7…


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Health Care Workers and COVID-19

Kristin Hedges , October 30th, 2020


Check out the newest set of COVID resources slide deck focused on Health Care Workers -cases-mortality- stress and burnout and attrition. Health-care workers account for 1 in 7…


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Action Needed: COVID-19 Pandemic

Kristin Hedges , September 29th, 2020


The HCW Hosted team of healthcare workers & family members, public health professionals, and health social scientists has launched an advocacy campaign to encourage the public to stay…


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Action Needed: COVID-19 Pandemic

Kristin Hedges , September 29th, 2020


The HCW Hosted team of healthcare workers & family members, public health professionals, and health social scientists has launched an advocacy campaign to encourage the public to stay…


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New Resources

Kristin Hedges , July 10th, 2020


As the United States continues to break single-day records in new coronavirus cases, stay up to date in latest information by reviewing a COVID-19 primer by Dr. Mark…


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New Resources

Kristin Hedges , July 10th, 2020


As the United States continues to break single-day records in new coronavirus cases, stay up to date in latest information by reviewing a COVID-19 primer by Dr. Mark…


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See the attached update of the COVID-19 Primer from Dr. Mark Nichter. This updated primer includes new information on testing, contact tracing, pool testing, and antigen testing. Additional information on long term effects of COVID and cytokine cascades leading to severity. Updated information on < 40 age group transmitting virus more. Further information emphasizing impact of social distancing and the wearing of makes –compared hygiene and cleaning surfaces.

Kristin Hedges , June 28th, 2020


COVID-19 primer -6-26 update PDFDownload


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See the attached update of the COVID-19 Primer from Dr. Mark Nichter. This updated primer includes new information on testing, contact tracing, pool testing, and antigen testing. Additional information on long term effects of COVID and cytokine cascades leading to severity. Updated information on < 40 age group transmitting virus more. Further information emphasizing impact of social distancing and the wearing of makes –compared hygiene and cleaning surfaces.

Kristin Hedges , June 28th, 2020


COVID-19 primer -6-26 update PDFDownload


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The Symbolic Power of Virus Testing

Kristin Hedges , April 30th, 2020


Protests against stay-at-home orders to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have occurred across the country, as shown here in front of the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing….


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