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Sadeghi Writes Health Affairs Article on Covid-19 Health Disparities
UNC School of Medicine student Nakisa Sadeghi co-authored a Health Affairs blog post, titled, "Addressing Racial Health Disparities In The COVID-19 Pandemic: Immediate And Long-Term Policy Solutions."
Located in Vital Signs / 2020 / July 23
High COVID-19 Mortality Rates Among Those with Liver Disease
A. Sidney Barritt IV, MD, MSCR, and Andrew Moon, MD, MPH, in UNC's division of gastroenterology and hepatology, are co-authors of a study of patients with COVID-19 and liver disease.
Located in News / 2020 / May
Make-up and N-95 Mask Sterilization
More than 2,000 N-95s have had to be discarded due to make-up stains. To conserve our limited supply of N-95 masks, please consider not wearing make-up that comes in contact with your N95 during your shift if you anticipate working in the COVID containment areas or taking care of patients that require the use of an N-95 during your work shift.
Located in Employee News Online / 2020 / May 7
Duke Health, UNC Health & WakeMed Further Restrict Visitors at Hospitals
No visitors will be permitted in the hospitals’ inpatient areas.
Located in News / 2020 / March
Cené is co-author of Nature Medicine article about Africa's COVID-19 response
This Nature Medicine Comment argues that Africa is well-equipped to prevent the continent from becoming the next COVID-19 hot spot. Crystal Wiley Cené, MD, MPH, associate professor in the division of general medicine and epidemiology, is a co-author of the article.
Located in Vital Signs / 2020 / June 11
Guidance for Educational Program Leaders on Students Safely Returning to Clinics
UNC Health remains committed to the education mission and is eager to return our students in the health professions into the clinical settings. We anticipate students in various fields such as medicine, nursing, allied health disciplines, and others will gradually return to UNC Health hospitals and clinics in late May and June.
Located in Employee News Online / 2020 / May 7