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Act now! Covid-19 pandemic: the coordinated support of the international community to low- and middle-income countries is needed immediately
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Facing the future—what lessons could we learn from Covid-19?
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Clear communication helps with transition to online learningTracey Forman, Assistant Director of Disability Resources at Texas A&M University, led an effort to share information students with disabilities needed during the rapid move to online instruction resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared her unit's process for creating resources.
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How Volunteers Are Dealing With Coronavirus Issues
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Raised Fists for Salvatore Ricciardi, Indefatigable Revolutionary and Prison Abolitionist
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A Voice from the frontline: the role of risk communication in managing the COVID-19 Infodemic and engaging communities in pandemic response
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It's OK not to be OK: Shared Reflections from two PhD Parents in a Time of PandemicAdopting an intersectional feminist lens, we explore our identities as single and co-parents thrust into the new reality of the UK COVID-19 lock-down. As two PhD students, we present shared reflections on our intersectional and divergent experiences of parenting and our attempts to protect our work and families during a pandemic. We reflect on the social constructions of 'masculinities' and 'emphasised femininities' (Connell, 2005) as complicated influence on our roles as parents. Finally, we highlight the importance of time and self-care as ways of managing our shared realities during this uncertain period. Through sharing reflections, we became closer friends in mutual appreciation and solidarity as we learned about each other's struggles and vulnerabilities.
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Human factors and ergonomics at time of crises: the Italian experience coping with COVID19<p>Several of the key organizational issues that we have had to face with the emergence of COVID-19 crisis are related to Human Factors/Ergonomics (HFE) and the safety culture. During the crisis the main activities of the healthcare services have been profoundly affected. Patient safety and risk management units have also experienced the need to adapt rapidly. What can we do as HFE experts, now that the scenario has completely changed? We contend that:We can favour and support the heuristics that are applied to manage the load of psycho-cognitive stress;We can observe, collect strategies and develop analytic schemes, thereby creating a memory of the organization for improvement in the future;And we can support in educating and engaging the public.</p>
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