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Person-First Safe Living in a Pandemic #1

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Person-First Safe Living in a Pandemic #1

How can laypeople find up-to-date, trustworthy answers to questions they have about living safely in an emergency, when they have them, in a useful manner? Part 1: a person-first approach for researchers & content creators to help people and their communities find trusted guidance to answer their questions about living safely in a Covid-19 world.

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Recorded 11/11/2020

Published 11/15/2020

Safe Living in a Pandemic – Help!?

Safe Living in a Pandemic – Help!?

Why can’t we fill in personal data and routine community COVID stats into a web form and calculate our risk of infection and mortality? Anyone working on it? Plus another dose of unintended consequences. A brief episode with Health Hats.

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Recorded 10/11/2020

Published 10/18/2020

Everyone-Included Research

Everyone-Included Research

Person-included research, co-production, tragedy, grief, health equity, and relationships in life and research. Chat with Amy Price of Stanford and BMJ

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Recorded 10/28/2020

Published 11/8/2020

Help the Helpers in Crisis

Help the Helpers in Crisis

Crisis: the point where a person finds themselves unable to cope. In these times of COVID, racial injustice, people are desperate for support in their lives. Lisa van Leeuwen shares her experience on a crisis hotline.

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Recorded 6/29/2020

Published 7/26/2020

Kind Re-Equilibration in the Age of Coronavirus

Kind Re-Equilibration in the Age of Coronavirus

Night terrors – apocalyptic meets pathologically optimistic. Testing and tracing. Re-equilibration. Self-care.

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Recorded 3/21/2020

Published 3/22/2020

Questions from a Mild Covid19 Case

Questions from a Mild Covid-19 Case

The nonstop flow of info about COVID-19 often doesn’t answer questions to help me stay healthy, not dead. Listen for the questions of this person with mild coronavirus.

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Recorded 5/19/2020

Published 6/7/2020

Dementia, Covid-19, Oh My

Dementia, Covid19, Oh My

New normal in dementia care Memory Units in the age of Covid19. Social distancing? Right. Live in the moment. Honor the caregivers. Help the helpers.

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Recorded 3/20/2020 and 4/4/2020

Published 4/26/2020

OB Nurse. Cannabis Nurse.

OB Nurse. Cannabis Nurse.

Staying sane in an insane situation. How do our front-line, essential workers, all of them juggling duty, passion, family, income, pressure? How do moms, babies, and their partners manage the blurring of tragedy and trauma and hope and possibility? I’m grateful for nurses like Jodi Churchill Chapin, OB and Green Nurse. You’re in my heart. Let’s celebrate the year of the nurse.

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Recorded 4/29/2020

Published 5/24/2020

PTSD. We Gotta Get Out of This Place.

PTSD. We Gotta Get Out of This Place.

Post-Covid PTSD: the next epidemic wave. Survivors, family, health workers. Connect, manage stress, build small positive habits, listen. It’s a family affair. For Frank.

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Recorded 5/19/2020

Published 5/31/2020

Covid-19: End-of-Life Choices

Covid-19: End-of-Life Choices

At least 67,000 individuals have died of Covid-19 in the US and 244K worldwide so far. Each death is a family’s grief. How do we advocate for ourselves, each other? Palliative care = feeling less miserable. Have you discussed end-of-life and palliative care with your family? Do it now.

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Recorded 4/3/2020

Published 5/3/2020

The Ch’i of Covid-19. Invincible.

The Ch’i of Covid-19. Invincible.

The Ch’i, Covid-19, Chinese medicine, lungs & spleen. Warm water, less sugar, exercise, sleep well. Find 1 source of less depressing news. Connect. Invincible.

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Recorded 3/5/2020

Published 3/29/2020

Build It and They Will Come?

Build It and They Will Come?

Finding trusted evidence-informed guidance in worlds of chronic illness, clinician, researcher. Inclusion, equity, choices, community. iConquerMS. Conversation with Cherie Binns.

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Recorded 7/24/2020

Published 8/9/2020

 

Infodemiology. Too much. Not enough.

Infodemiology. Too much. Not enough.

An overabundance of info makes it difficult to find trusted sources, reliable guidance when needed, in manner, context, & useful format. With Janice McCallum.

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Recorded 7/27/2020

Published 8/16/2020