In HLTH 385W: Health Writing and Narratives, created by Maryn McKenna, CSHH student Cathy Whang writes a news feature piece on the controversy surrounding the national mask mandate.
In HLTH 385W: Health Writing and Narratives, created by Maryn McKenna, CSHH student Egan Kattenberg writes a news feature piece on how COVID is affecting those pursuing higher learning.
In HLTH 385W: Health Writing and Narratives, created by Maryn McKenna, CSHH student Mikahla Gay writes a news feature piece on racism and injustice, more specifically tackling the topic of undermining reproductive health and the lives of black mothers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the health inequities that were already prevalent in the U.S. In this episode, host June Woo speaks with experts about the disproportionate effects of the pandemic, research on health inequities, and current medical education around health disparities and the social determinants of health.
Throughout the pandemic, people have spent more time indoors – and in limited locations – than ever before. This episode explores how our health and well-being are influenced by the built environment that we navigate in our daily lives. Experts discuss environmental psychology, biophilia, and a range of building types.
Colleges and universities faced tough decisions throughout 2020 when deciding how to handle pandemic precautions on campus. This episode zooms in on the factors at play underlying Emory’s decision to partially re-open in the fall, as well as the altered student experience on campus.
The pregnancy experience shifted rapidly during the pandemic, with new and soon-to-be mothers asking questions about delivery, breastfeeding and coronavirus safety measures around newborns. This episode highlights three different perspectives to bring a well-rounded view of what it means to be pregnant or delivering babies during a global pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected people of color, particularly the Black community. This episode centers around the stories of three Black women who have encountered events that are directly consequential to the health of Black women at large.
States have used different strategies to mitigate the spread and health impacts of the pandemic. In this episode, host Preye Jituboh speaks with experts in public health, healthcare delivery and hospital operations and management about the tactics that Georgia and New York have used during the past year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected mental health in various ways, particularly during widespread lockdowns and quarantine periods. Host Abel Girma talks with experts about the sociopsychological effects that have developed during the past year, including increases in substance use in the U.S.