Edition 27 – Evaluating the Impact of Remdesivir on Covid-19 Patient Outcomes: An Inpatient County Hospital Analysis

Edition 27 – Evaluating the Impact of Remdesivir on Covid-19 Patient Outcomes: An Inpatient County Hospital Analysis

Evaluating the Impact of Remdesivir on Covid-19 Patient Outcomes: An Inpatient County Hospital Analysis By Christina Chopra, Liliana Filipowska, and Dr. Sharon Y. Wang, DO Citation Chopra C, Filipowska L, Wang S. Evaluating the impact of remdesivir on COVID-19 patient outcomes: an inpatient county hospital analysis. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Evaluating the Impact […]

27 – The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination

27 – The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination

The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination By Ana Santos Rutschman and Timothy L. Wiemken Citation Rutschman A, Wiemken T. The case against monetary behavioral incentives in the context of COVID-19 vaccination. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination […]

27 – Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected

27-Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected

Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected​ By Simisola Johnson​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Johnson S. Globalization, urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a world all too connected. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All […]

27 – COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism

27 – COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism

COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism​ By Falah N. Rashoka​ Citation Rashoka F. COVID-19 contagion among communities with limited english proficiency: Lesson from volunteerism. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021;27. COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism Abstract The COVID-19 affects all communities in the United States, […]

27 – Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students

27 – Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students

Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students By Aqil A. Merchant Original Research Article Citation Merchant A. Analysis of COVID-19 awareness among Georgia private high school students. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students Abstract Throughout the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the […]

27 – Guatemala Makes COVID-19 the Responsibility of the People

27 – Guatemala Makes COVID-19 the Responsibility of the People

Guatemala Makes COVID-19 the Responsibility of the People By Elizabeth Carosella Citation Carosella E. Guatemala makes COVID-19 the responsibility of the people. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Guatemala Makes COVID-19 the Responsibility of the People “It is said that our indigenous ancestors, Mayas and Aztecs, made human sacrifices to their gods. It occurs to […]

27 – Closing the Supply Gap: How a Student Clinic Organization Adapted Their Role During COVID-19 Clinical Suspension to Support Frontline Providers

Closing the Supply Gap: How a Student Clinic Organization Adapted Their Role During COVID-19 Clinical Suspension to Support Frontline Providers By Alexandra Woodbridge, Sophia Foroushani, Taylor Hopper, Andre Perez-Chaumont, Dan Frechtling, Brett Phillips, Lisa Ngo, John Dywer Citation Woodbridge A, Foroushani S, Hopper T, Perez-Chaumont A, Frechtling D, Phillips B, Ngo L, Dywer J. Closing […]

27 – The Effect of State Mandate Timing on COVID-19 Incidence Rates

27 - The Effect of State Mandate Timing on COVID-19 Incidence Rates

The Effect of State Mandate Timing on COVID-19 Incidence Rates By Sahil Amin, Dhiraj Peddu, Gaurav Majmudar, Paul Weber Citation Amin S, Peddu D, Majmudar G, Weber P. The effect of state mandate timing on COVID-19 incidence rates. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27.​ The Effect of State Mandate Timing on COVID-19 Incidence Rates Background […]