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Time is Now at Carle Illinois College of Medicine (edited for website homepage video)

This year reminded all of us just how quickly a world can change. We learned that it’s time to be impatient when it comes to the health of those who matter most. *This version is edited for…

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SHIELD and COVID-19 Response: The Power of Innovation and Collaboration at Carle Illinois

This video is a reflection of Carle Illinois College of Medicine's collaborations, contributions, and impact on the COVID-19 response from March 2020 to March 2021. It is told by Carle Illinois…

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Vaccine Advocacy PSA from Carle Illinois College of Medicine

COVID-19 has illustrated the deadly impact of racism on marginalized communities of color across our nation. Higher rates of deaths from COVID-19 are often due to structures, systems, and policies…

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Part 8: Looking Ahead _ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

The SHIELD team is now preparing for the future of the pandemic and advocating for an increased focus on safe socialization. The team explains restrictions to remain safe and vigilant are expected to…

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Chimène Keitner, "China's Responsibility for COVID-19: Are Lawsuits the Answer?" (Respondent: Patrick Keenan)

The U.S. response to the global pandemic has been distinctly unilateral, from its announced intention to withdraw from the World Health Organization to its decision not to participate in a WHO-led…

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4C - Illinois Mobile App COVID-19 Features Preview - Isaac Galvan, Spring 2020 IT Pro Forum

Presenter: Isaac Galvan, Technology ServicesTechnology Service and the Rokwire team have been working together on adding new features to the Illinois app that will help our community stay safe during…

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Model Cancer Systems and How Clinical Trials will be impacted

CCIL Research Program Leader, Brendan Harley, is studying glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Harley's lab, working collaboratively across campus, is developing platforms that are…

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Resources for Safe Disinfectant Use

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, cleaning and disinfecting surfaces remains an important part of preventing the spread. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to determine the difference between facts…

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COVID-19 Affecting the Supply of PPE for Pesticide Applicators

Pesticide applicators are finding that acquiring Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required for applications is now challenging as PPE is in short supply. Because many of the sales of respirators,…

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Class of 2020 Virtual Celebration for The Grainger College of Engineering

We're so proud of the Class of 2020 and all their accomplishments. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic this is not the celebration you envisioned. However, please enjoy this video we created to help…

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Self-Care, Preventing Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue

Self-care, preventing burn out and compassion fatigue: This webinar will provide practical strategies for social workers and other individuals in the helping profession to reduce stress during the…

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Help with Selecting Disinfectants for COVID-19

In general, disinfectants control a wide range of pathogens that are or could be a problem on hard, porous and/or nonporous surfaces. These pathogens may include Staphylococcus aureus,…

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COVID-19 Effects on Illinois Pesticide Applicator Training, Testing, and Licensing

The Pesticide Applicator Training and Testing Clinics jointly administered by the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDA) and University of Illinois Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program…

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A Few Minutes With Tammy Seraphin

Vince Lara in the communications office at the College of Applied Health Sciences speaks with Tammy Seraphin, Assistant Director of the MS Health Administration program at Illinois and a registered…

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A Few Minutes With ... the Transition to Teaching From in the Time of COVID-19

Vince Lara of the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois speaks with Keiko Ishikawa of the Speech and Hearing Science Department and Neha Gothe of the department of…

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