June 2021

What a Shortage of Forensic Pathologists Means for Public Health

June 24, 2021

In this episode, guests discuss the urgent need to find new recruits in forensic pathology and urge state health officials to consider reforms that could help bring reinforcement to a critical yet often neglected profession with a huge impact on public health.Read More »

BONUS: Balancing Privacy and Security with COVID-19 Vaccine Credentials

June 16, 2021

The idea of “vaccine passports” is starting to become a divisive issue, but the reality is many businesses are going to start requiring patrons to show some kind of proof of vaccination against COVID-19. On this bonus episode of Public Health Review, Kevin Richardson, outside counsel on global government affairs for Zebra Technologies Corporation, discusses how a business or government can create vaccine credentials that are more sophisticated than the paper cards from CDC, but that also protect people’s personal information.Read More »

BONUS: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy with AM Trace

June 03, 2021

Vaccines that protect against COVID-19 are now readily available for most Americans, and almost half of the adult population are fully inoculated. However, there are still a significant number of people who are vaccine hesitant—enough to possibly prevent the United States from reaching herd immunity. On this bonus episode we spoke with Jens Dakin, managing director of information operations /strategic communications with AM Trace to discuss how to best communicate to these populations.Read More »

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