All articles related to "William P. Hanage":

How to handle the next pandemic

Experts agree that it’s not “if” there will be another pandemic, but “when”—and that we should learn from our mistakes during the current one if we want to fare better next time.

What the U.S. did wrong with COVID-19

An article co-authored by Harvard Chan School researchers assessed federal missteps in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic that have led the U.S. to experience some of the most severe outcomes in the world.

Tips for a safe Halloween during COVID-19

Scavenger hunts, socially distanced pumpkin carving, outdoor games and parades, and virtual costume contests are among the options parents can consider for their kids’ Halloween activities during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bearing witness

Harvard Chan School scientists at the forefront of the pandemic response share their stories of stress, exhaustion, anger, grief, gratitude, and soul-searching.