With the coronavirus risk, many therapy sessions have moved online to video calls. Adrienne Lapidos, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry, discusses the new opportunities – and risks – of teletherapy.
While disaster responses to this pandemic alone cannot right prior injustices, prioritizing diagnostic testing for minoritized, low-income, and high-risk communities could mitigate the negative impact of COVID-19 on already marginalized communities.
“Trust in public health is essential amid the COVID-19 pandemic,” write Marianne Udow-Phillips and Paula Lantz in a new Journal of Hospital Medicine Perspectives piece.
What’s so different now compared to the situation back when social distancing began in March and April? Coronavirus still lurks. Are we really safe? Ryan Malosh, assistant research scientist at the U-M School of Public Health, discusses for The Conversation .