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Friday Morning Seminar - February 5, 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tony V Pham
08:46
hi!
Aneel Brar
10:15
Looks fancy MJ!
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
14:53
Hi ALL Welcome
Aneel Brar
17:00
CONGRATS MJ!!
Tony V Pham
17:02
congrats !
Dan Dohan (he/him)
17:16
Woo hoo Mary Jo!
Catherine Panter-Brick
17:21
Wow! Congrats!!!!!!
S. Willen
17:51
Amazing and SO well deserved!!!! <3
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
23:33
The post-Colonial book in Portiguese is ready in March.
Byron Good
24:01
Wow!!! Great news, Lou!
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
24:12
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
24:24
Finnily
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
54:38
great
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:18:19
Great
Kate Mason
01:22:53
https://pandemic-journaling-project.chip.uconn.edu/
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:22:58
tks
Kate Mason
01:23:13
In Spanish: https://pandemic-journaling-project-espanol.chip.uconn.edu/
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:25:51
Can I do that only with indigenous peoples?
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:26:16
And other is hanseníase presos, Leprosy..
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:26:51
Person
Kate Mason
01:43:33
https://www.thethinkingrepublic.com/being-counted/how-to-decolonize-future-histories-of-covid-19-starting-now
Kate Mason
01:43:39
(Above is Zhang et al)
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:50:57
GREATTTT
Tony V Pham
01:51:12
that was great !
Sarah Willen
01:51:20
The Pandemic Journaling Project1) Pandemic Journaling Project website: http://pandemic-journaling-project.chip.uconn.edu/2) Featured Entries page: https://www.pandemicjournalingproject.org/archive/featured3) Recent article: https://today.uconn.edu/?p=166016&preview=1&_ppp=813e050c694) Educator Resources: https://pandemic-journaling-project.chip.uconn.edu/educators/5) “How to Decolonize Future Histories of COVID-19, Starting Now”: https://www.thethinkingrepublic.com/being-counted/how-to-decolonize-future-histories-of-covid-19-starting-now [student-led blog essay]6) PJP overview to share- in English: https://bit.ly/2LjQfhr- in Spanish: https://bit.ly/3m2KNwd
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
01:52:08
Superb ! Perhaps the National Archives the Library of Congress etc for funding
Iman Roushdy
01:57:25
Thank you Amy
Lesley Sharp
02:00:26
I have a question for Sarah and her team: Pols has written on how interactions through technologies can serve as a form of caring. In light of this, I wondered about your relationships with your journaling participants. Do you ever interact with them somehow, responding on an individual level? And how do you think through the ethical quandaries that must arise if and when you realize someone is in trouble psychologically, for instance?
Aneel Brar
02:02:16
Question for Sandra: It is useful to compare Quebec’s covid’s experience to BC to bring out Quebec’s failures. I’m wondering if there’s anything to learn from other provinces that have perhaps not done so well. For example, what can we learn by comparing Quebec to Alberta or Ontario? As an Albertan who’s also lived in Quebec, I’m struck by how similar the two places are (in contrast to what most on both places might think!).
christophe Millien
02:06:23
Thanks for these outstanding presentations
Sarah Willen
02:07:02
Kate - maybe you could respond quickly to Lesley as well in terms of follow up in cases of distress
Sarah Willen
02:08:18
https://www.pandemicjournalingproject.org/archive/featured
Kate Mason
02:09:22
Hi Lesley, thank you for your question, it’s so important.
Kate Mason
02:09:28
Looks like Sarah is answering!
Lesley Sharp
02:10:21
Thanks Sarah—that’s interesting re occasional needs to intervene with someone’s welfare in mind
Kate Mason
02:11:47
I’ll also add, re: following up with those in distress, that we just took on a few volunteers from my class on mental health who will be spending the semester beefing up our mental health response procedure and capabilities
Kate Mason
02:19:07
I love this idea, thanks!
Arlene Katz
02:19:41
amazing, creative, engaging presentations… Bravo
Sarah Willen
02:20:33
Mike — you’re absolutely right, and frankly we’re already there. Our data set so for is a gigantic spreadsheet with hundreds of columns — and we keep asking our sociology PhD grad assistant to do all sorts of weird things with it. You’re right — time to bring in some computer science expertise.
Catherine Panter-Brick
02:20:35
Thank you for this very interesting session. My apologies but I have to leave now, and so I wish you all well.
Aneel Brar
02:22:06
The Marine also had Baltimore Ravens on his mask
Sarah Willen
02:22:57
Reminds me of a successful public health campaign in Brasil that rallied people to become organ donors via their football team.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:24:34
That is a Big problem…how to Build a data with the perception…
Kate Mason
02:24:57
Thank you all - we badly need a computer scientist, for sure!
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:28:02
What a pity…I have a meeting with leprosy and COVID
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:28:20
I must go…..thanks a lot!
Kate Mason
02:31:00
Iman, similarly as someone who has studied epidemic response for a long time, my feelings were similar and this was part of why I wanted to do something like this!
Kate Mason
02:34:41
What Byron is talking about re: rebuilding public health system in China after SARS is the subject of my book: https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=23913
Lissie Wahl-
02:41:58
Many indigenous peoples in the Amazon did the same - did not allow outsiders up a river beyond a certain point strictly controlled by them.
Janis Jenkins
02:43:21
That is excellent. . problem is going into the towns and the exposure for indigenous peoples in Amazonia Xiong home with the virus. . . very painful
Sandra T. Hyde, Prof.
02:43:22
As did indigenous peoples in Canada
Lissie Wahl-
02:44:38
...and the "outside government aid" which many begun to consider as bringing Covid in to their communities.
Sandra T. Hyde, Prof.
02:45:15
yes
Kate Mason
02:45:35
I should note that as Sandra pointed out to me, there has been great economic suffering for a lot of people in China, especially those on the margins. But the interesting thing is that even those who are suffering tend not to blame the government and still agree the measures were necessary
Lissie Wahl-
02:46:48
I've been on site at the hospital since last March - knock wood - without consequences
Antonio Bullon
02:47:29
The presentation was great and the conversation continues to be very interesting but I must leave now. Thank you Sandra, Sarah and Kate!I'll see you next week!
Michele Nathan
02:49:46
Thanks everyone. Great talk and discussion
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
02:53:45
Hate to go, but have to go back to the floor! Thank you all, so good to be back with you all!
Sandra T. Hyde, Prof.
02:54:43
Thank you everyone this was great and so stimulating and inspiring. Sandra
Kate Mason
02:54:51
Thank you !
Izzy Yeoh
02:55:20
Thank you so much, everyone. I look forward to more of these Friday seminars.
Sarah Willen
02:55:21
Thanks so much to everyone for a wonderfully stimulating morning!
Lissie Wahl-
02:58:04
Excellent! Thank you. (I have a comment I'll leave for another session.)
Amy Moran Thomas
02:58:10
Thanks so much to all the presenters!! And big congratulations again, Mary-Jo. Take care everyone!
susannwilkinson
02:59:20
Can you be vaccinated and be a carrier?
Sarah Willen
03:01:07
Susann — I’m pretty sure the answer is yes but will defer to the medical professionals!
susannwilkinson
03:03:43
Thanks everyone—wonderful work! Sarah, I want to share info about the journaling project w my community group, will contact you through Michael.
Sarah Willen
03:07:49
And then there are all the hospital postdoc researchers and such who are vaccinated in MA while others who are more vulnerable are not…