University of Colorado Denver experts are available to discuss a wide range of topics related to COVID-19. These topics include mental health, personal protective equipment and other hospital needs, and more.
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General CU Denver COVID news releases and research
- CU Denver launches campus resource for health and well-being
- Anti-Asian Hate Crime During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Wide Awake? It Could Be COVID-Somnia
- Study Shows No Correlation Between Protests and COVID-19 Case Increase in General Population
- Is COVID-19 Giving Cyberattackers an Opportunity to Hack Universities?
Related news releases
- Domestic Violence and COVID-19: When It’s Dangerous to Be Stuck at Home
- Be Kind To Your Mind—Mental Health Awareness and the Psychological Effects of COVID-19
Can speak to mental health, mental health within schools, how to ensure student mental health is being addressed.
As a clinical assistant professor, Rachel engages in teaching, mentorship, and scholarly work.
Can speak to mental health during COVID-19, CU Denver’s efforts to address mental health.
Kristin Kushmider, PhD, assistant vice chancellor of Health, Wellness, Advocacy and Support for Student Success.
Personal Protective Equipment & Other Hospital Needs
Related news releases
- Schools and Colleges Pool Resources to Produce Protective Gear
- Citizens’ Adherence to COVID-19 Social Distancing Measures Depends on Government
Can speak to health systems’ responses to crisis, supply chain disruption issues, and digital and intelligent health solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jiban Khuntia is an associate professor in the CU Denver Business School.
Can speak to health industry responses to COVID including impact on staffing, finances and strategic planning,FEMA response for COVID funding and impact on health system finances next fiscal year, and supply chain issues and solutions for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Rulon Stacey is the Program Director for Graduate Programs in Health Administration
Can speak to how people come to make decisions about vaccines for themselves and their children, particularly, how individuals consider risk and benefit.
Over the last decade, Jennifer Reich has examined how parents come to reject vaccines for their children, in dialog with physicians, complementary healthcare providers, activists, and researchers.
The 1918 Pandemic
Can speak to the similarities between the 1918 pandemic and today’s current health crisis.
Blair Gifford is the director of the international health management certificate in the health administration MBA programs. He is currently writing a book on the 1918 pandemic.
Business and Economics
Can speak to the effects on the economy and consumer behavior.
Andrew Friedson, Ph.D, is an associate professor at the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at CU Denver.
Can speak to the disparities in financial relief from the US government and what that means for COVID relief.
Chloe East, Ph.D, is an assistant professor of economics in the College of Liberal Arts & Science at CU Denver.