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Sadeq Rahimi's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Virginia Moreira
52:28
Sadeq I sent you my power point by email ok? Just in case we need it. Thanks!
Seth Donal Hannah
53:25
Within the North, are there social class differences in who is infected/dying from the virus?
Stefano Portelli
01:23:56
Hello! May I have the author and actual title of the 'scientific displacement' book?
Kendyl Salcito
01:26:53
Do you see the low fatalities in Singapore as in some way linked to overall population health. I ask because comorbidities in the US seem like a major driver for deaths, esp. hypertension.
Aneel Brar
01:29:59
Is there a connection between the outbreak in North Italy and migrant workers/travel — I believe the outbreak coincided with Milan Fashion Week and that there were many labourers flown in from Wuhan to work at fashion houses, though I’m not sure of the validity of these claims
Linda Garro
01:30:12
Book Title: Virulent Zones: Animal Disease and Public Health at China’s Pandemic Epicenter by Lyle Fearnley (Oct 2020)
Kendyl Salcito
01:34:25
I very much regret that I have to miss presentations on Brazil and Indigenous groups. I'm late for a call already but so grateful this will be recorded. Thank you all for tremendous insights!
lucasbloc
01:49:45
Thank you all, it’s a pleasure be here.
Michael Nathan
01:49:56
Really interesting to hear the parallels in Prof Moreira's discussion and what we're seeing her at MGH.
Stefano Portelli
02:11:15
Aneel Brar, actually the pandemic in Italy began in Bergamo, which is the core of an industrial zone with many connections to Wuhan. Only later it spread to Milan and the rest of Lombardia.
Frederick J Stoddard MD
02:13:52
From a disaster mental health - prevention and response - perspective this seminar is very helpful. So much Covid19 and pandemic focus is on the U.S. only. Indigenous vulnerability- again, including impacts on children and families globally appear vast.
christophe Millien
02:18:14
wonderful presentation about Italy, Singapore, Brazil
Dan Dohan
02:24:58
Tremendous insights and reflections today. Sorry I have to run to another commitment. If it is possible to share slides, that would be terrific.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:25:05
“There is a word for the concept of the epidemic in Guarani, Ojeroporumemeva, but among other peoples I Don`t know, I asked, for the linguística and they sai me the others ethinc groups in recent contacts use Portuguese term dease came from write people
Virginia Moreira
02:29:06
Lou what the Indians say that cover kills white people we heard hear in Northeast in the beginning of the pandemic. Poor people would say that covid is a illness of rich people. Because it came in here through the international airport.
Virginia Moreira
02:29:38
Sorry, that Covid kills white people
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:32:12
For the indigenous from the North and the center east they don`t difere the classes. In nordeste the indigenous had other process of autodetermination, was called etnogenese. In the beguining of 90'
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:33:36
The Joao Pacheco has a good book about it.
Stefano Portelli
02:33:45
Also here in Italy many migrants claimed Covid would not touch them and that it only killed Italians. I heard it from Bangladeshi migrants in Rome, but I think it is pretty common. The fact that there are few migrants affected may be also linked to the fact that migrant communities here are generally young, there are fewer elder migrants than in other EU countries since migration is relatively recent.
Iman
02:33:55
Thank you for all the insight from all talks... I have to prep for work, unfortunately... May email my questions/comments, if ok...
Hamda Alsuwaidi
02:36:28
Thank you all .. I have to attend volunteering training session.
jhjenkins
02:38:25
There is some density in housing among Navajo peoples - hogans and close dwelling units (trailers) that can be packed in together
jhjenkins
02:38:44
Gallup is the most severe and in super lock down
Orkideh
02:45:13
Thank you everyone for these amazing presentations. Apologies that I have to leave for another meeting now.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:47:17
Can I Talk????
Michael Nathan
02:51:41
I'm sad that I have to sign off early, have something to facilitate I need to move to. I did want to say that, although it certainly is not true yet in Brazil, here in Boston, at least, we are on the downslope of the surge, and are seeing some reactions very similar to those Prof Moreira mentions with PTSD, reconstructing care, and a shift to intermediate time frame of 4-6 months. We have a tendency, naturally, to attend to the acute phase with more intensity both in our care and in our analyses, but I'm finding this new phase here very interesting and fraught.
christophe Millien
02:52:48
It's obvious the social construction of suffering by COVID-19
Seth Donal Hannah
02:58:03
The language Mariela uses about lockdowns being authoritarian violations of freedom - that closing churches is destroying society or culture - is being echoed by lockdown protesters here in the United States.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:58:46
In Brazil depends on the States
Seth Donal Hannah
02:58:58
Should we view the Americans protesting lockdowns in the same way that Mariela is characterizing things in Italy? Do these lockdown protesters in the U.S., then, have a point?
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:59:02
We are a federal nation
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
03:00:13
The discussion in Brazil is more between the evangelical and the States. The President wants to open
jhjenkins
03:00:20
There is a great piece and also video in The Atlantic on Ramadan in Quarantine
Karen Kwass
03:00:57
And houses of worship are opening here in Massachusetts
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
03:01:13
We are haveis open mass
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
03:01:23
Having
Joseph Gone
03:05:10
Hey, folks, it was nice to join you today. I have to get to my next things, so stay well this summer.
Sylvie Fortin
03:05:29
Again, many thanks for sharing talks and ideas.
jhjenkins
03:09:39
5.21.20 “Ramadan 2020: A Holy Month During a Pandemic.” Alan Taylor.https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2020/05/ramadan-2020-photos-holy-month-during-pandemic/611938/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=atlantic-photo-newsletter&utm_content=20200521&silverid-ref=NjM3OTgxMjA4NDU1S0Iranian worshipers gather in Eram Park’s parking area with their vehicles to pray, amid lockdown conditions, on the 19th day of Ramadan in Tehran, Iran, on 5.13. 20. Fatemeh Bahrami / Anadolu Agency / GettyRelated: 5.19.20. “Ramadan in Quarantine”: Short Documentary Video – Daniel Lombroso. For The Atlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/video/archive/2020/05/ramadan-quarantine/611818/ABOVE is for upload today for collection of items from the Center for Global Mental Health from UC San Diego. . .https://cgmh.ucsd.edu/_coronavirus-resources/Lived%20Experiences.html
Virginia Moreira
03:10:13
Can I
Virginia Moreira
03:10:24
thanks
jhjenkins
03:12:03
If anyone can’t get photos via this link, will be uploaded later today on the website under “lived experience” COVID tab for cgms.ucsd.edu
christophe Millien
03:14:09
thanks
jhjenkins
03:14:23
Thanks to all - marvelous set of presentations and discussion. Must log off for psychiatry faculty meeting & PhD anthropo defense. THANKS!
hadley heinrich
03:14:45
Thank you!
Miao Xue
03:14:50
Thank you!
Mariza Peirano
03:14:59
Thank you!