Harvard Worldwide Week 2020 showcases the breadth of the University’s global engagement through a host of virtual offerings and features a host of Harvard Chan School experts.
If the coronavirus pandemic has reminded us of anything, it is that the personal details of our lives count for a great deal in making sense of and responding to this monumental tragedy.
Harvard Chan School scientists at the forefront of the pandemic response share their stories of stress, exhaustion, anger, grief, gratitude, and soul-searching.
In her Commencement remarks to 2020 graduates, Dean Michelle A. Williams noted that public health is often invisible. But with the world engulfed in a pandemic, the situation has changed, she said. “Today, public health is everywhere."
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacted a dramatic mental health toll on health care workers, including Lorna Breen, a physician and director of the emergency department at New York-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, who committed suicide earlier this year, according to…
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Dean Michelle Williams recently joined Adil Najam, dean of the Pardee School of Global Security at Boston University, for a conversation about what public health will look like in a post-COVID-19…
The coronavirus pandemic, with its disproportionate impact on people of color, should be a wake-up call to address deep social and racial inequities, say experts.
Schools can reopen in the U.S., but it would be best to continue online learning in places with high levels of COVID-19 transmission until community spread of the disease can be lowered, according to Harvard Chan School Dean…
Fifteen health and legal experts called President Trump’s move to withdraw the U.S. from the World Health Organization “reckless,” in violation of U.S. law, and a threat to global health and security.
Experts from the worlds of business and public health are discussing ways for businesses to operate safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.