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Dean's Lecture Series: Special Event - Missed Opportunities with COVID-19 Vaccination – Maybe it’s not too Late

Daniel Salmon, professor of international health and health, behavior and society and Director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, will…

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Is Center Based Child Care the Job for YOU (R1)

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Dr. Shope interview 18

For many early care and education, it is back to business as usual. What mitigation strategies should they still be implementing to stay healthy? There have been some predictions that because…

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Dr. Shope interview 17

1. How does Pfizer’s 12–15-year-olds’ vaccine differ from the adult vaccine in terms of its dosage/formulary? Is it the same but a different dosage? 2. What about the J&J…

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1. Will the COVID vaccines being developed eventually work like flu shots, where researchers look at the most prevalent coronaviruses and develop vaccines accordingly or will we need to develop a new…

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2020 MARCH 27 Keeping and changing the gut microbiome over our life-time: a study in children born preterm, artists, and adolescents

Justin O'Sullivan, University of Auckland

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Dr. Shope interview 15

1. New CDC guidance about wearing masks for vaccinated people2. There is speculation that people who are having a stronger reaction to the second shot may have had the virus and been asymptomatic. …

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Dr. Shope interview 14

1. This past week, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported that COVID cases in children accounted for almost 21% of all new cases. This is the highest it has ever been. Can you explain why cases…

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Dr. Shope interview 13

1. This is a question from a health consultant – I see the CDC has come out that the COVID germs only risk 1% of remaining on surfaces. I know OCDEL has not put anything out yet. Some of the…

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Dr. Shope interview - 12

1. What is the difference between the saliva and nasal testing for COVID – 19? Is one better than the other?2. What are the latest updates on the variants? Is this what is causing the increase…

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Faculty Research Spotlight featuring Janice Light

Communication is essential to everything we do: education, employment, healthcare, and, most importantly, our relationships with others. Yet more than 5 million Americans—and 97 million people…

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Geri Cicchetti: Non-Profit Marketing

Marketing in a Non-Profit Organization

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Nicole Kuhn: Event Planning

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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: HOW PARENTS CAN TEAM UP TO BRING DOWN STRESS, EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS, AND FAMILY CONFLICT - EVEN DURING A PANDEMIC

The hectic pace of modern life can make it challenging for couples to find time to discuss, coordinate, and problem solve with each other around parenting. But according to Mark Feinberg, research…

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Faculty Spotlight: Child Abuse Recovery - How Science and Policy Converge to Help Survivors

Join Jennie Noll, professor of Human Development and Family Studies and Director of the Child Maltreatment Solutions Network as she answers the following questions: - What are the unique…

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FIN 430 Module 1 Wills.mp4

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