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Community    COVID-19 Podcasts

Making a Map in Uncertain Times: Tools and Support for Students During COVID-19

With our students and residents facing unique stressors in the efforts to treat and slow the spread of coronavirus, Matt Vogl of the National Mental Health Innovation Center sat down with campus experts Rachel Davis, MD and Robert Rosenthal, PhD, to map out some COVID-19 coping mechanisms for our community.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 20, 2020
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Community    COVID-19 Podcasts

We Got This: First Responder Stress and Resilience for COVID-19

As our First Responders rise to the demands of combating coronavirus, Matt discusses their particular issues of stress and resilience around COVID-19 with Steven Berkowitz, MD and Laura McGladery, PMHNP. 


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 20, 2020
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Community    COVID-19

Stigma and Discrimination Against Asian Americans on the Rise

The ongoing COVID-19 outbreak has interrupted daily life as we know it. For Asian Americans, however, this virus has brought more than just social disruption and a lack of paper products. Incidences of stigma, discrimination and occasionally outright violence have erupted across the world.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 20, 2020
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Research    COVID-19 Podcasts

Coronavirus: ‘Right Now, We’re Just Trying to Buy Time’

On March 12, only two months after the novel coronavirus outbreak, now known as COVID-19, started gaining traction in the Hubei province of China, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. COVID-19 has now reached over 100 countries, including over 1,200 cases in the United States, prompting President Trump to declare a state of emergency on March 13.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 16, 2020
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Patient Care    Education    COVID-19

What Was it Like on the Front Lines of the Spanish Flu?

From typhoid to smallpox to the Spanish Flu, we’ve had no shortage of epidemics in the United States in the last 100 years and no shortage of nurses to help care for the ill. Now, it’s the coronavirus.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 13, 2020
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Campus Life    Community

What to Do in the Event of an Active Harmer

Michael Bear, director of Emergency Management at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, says three simple actions can be taken to save your life: run, hide and fight. Bear, joined by CU Anschutz Police Chief Randy Repola, discussed important steps to take to be prepared if you are faced with an emergency situation. 


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 12, 2020
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Campus Life    Community

As Strategic Planning Unfolds, CU Anschutz Leans Into the Future

Leaning Into the Future, CU’s strategic planning process, is roughly halfway to completion, as the effort that began in early summer 2019 moves toward a July presentation to the Board of Regents and implementation expected in the fall.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 12, 2020
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Education    Community

‘You Are Not a Hothouse Flower’

Lilly Marks, vice president for Health Affairs at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, knows career discomfort.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 10, 2020
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Research

Researchers Identify Ways to Improve Care to Trafficked Children

Newly published research by a CU School of Medicine faculty member and colleagues identifies multiple ways that health care providers and organizations can improve the quality of care provided to trafficked children.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 09, 2020
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Innovation    Patient Care    Community

CU Partners With Salud to Open Clinic in Aurora

The University of Colorado School of Medicine joined Salud Family Health Centers on Friday, February 28, to celebrate the grand opening of a new federally qualified health center in Aurora that will serve community residents who depend on Medicaid for health insurance.


Author Guest Contributor | Publish Date March 03, 2020
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