A new study by the Colorado COVID-19 modeling team highlights the need for locally calibrated transmission models to inform public health preparedness and policymaking in real-time during a public health emergency.
Dr. Jonathan Samet, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health and leader of the Colorado COVID-19 Modeling Group, comments on how the Delta variant and vaccines interact to affect COVID-19 hospitalization rates in Colorado.
In a point/counterpoint opinion editorial in the The Denver Gazette, Dr. Matthew Wynia, ColoradoSPH professor and director of the Center for Bioethics & Humanities discusses how financial incentives can improve vaccination rates.
In an op-ed in The Colorado Sun, Dr. Kathy Irene Kennedy, ColoradoSPH clinical professor of community & behavioral health, and Victor Dukay, president of the Lundy Foundation, advocate for a research-based approach to assess the effectiveness of pandemic interventions and improve response to future crises.
The RMPRC is one of a network of 26 Prevention Research Centers in the United States to receive one-year, $500,000 grants aimed at boosting the number of vaccinated people by exploring, identifying, and addressing the reasons for vaccination hesitancy.
In an op-ed in the Colorado Sun, Dr. Stephen Berman, professor of epidemiology and director of the Center for Global Health, outlines why a global strategy to fight COVID-19 in needed and the role that wealthier countries should play.
May Chu, PhD, clinical professor of epidemiology, has played a key role in a multi-institutional study that confirmed an inexpensive method to safely extend masks’ use—a potential ‘game-changer’ in resource-strained areas around globe.
May Chu, PhD, clinical professor of epidemiology, explains that she will keep wearing her mask in certain situations because there isn't a reliable way to know who is vaccinated and because she has high-risk family members.
The Center for Health, Work & Environment, in partnership with the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center, has launched the Workplace Mental Health Module—an online toolkit that helps employers support employees and their mental health.
Dean Jonathan Samet, Professor Glen Mays, and Associate Professor Elizabeth Carlton share their concerns about state hospitalization metrics, while expressing optimism about the role that high vaccination rates could play.
At least 70% of Coloradans will need to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before the state can safely roll back all public health restrictions, according to a new study led by ColoradoSPH, CU Boulder, and CU Anschutz researchers.
A recent survey of 5,000 Coloradans, conducted by ColoradoSPH’s mHealth Impact Lab and InOn Health, found that the most commonly cited barriers to getting a COVID-19 vaccine were not knowing how to get an appointment and where to go.
Charlene Barrientos, community engagement manager at the Colorado School of Public Health, stresses the importance of engaging community members and building trust to address vaccine hesitancy in Colorado's Latinx population.
More than 40 CSU veterinarians have volunteered to provide COVID-19 vaccinations in Larimer County. Dr. Colleen Duncan, associate professor of epidemiology at ColoradoSPH and vet, shares her experiences as a volunteer.
In a recent article in the New York Times, Dr. Elizabeth Carlton, associate professor and Colorado COVID-19 Modeling Team member, expresses her concerns that without policies to slow transmission, COVID-19 hospitalizations will continue to rise.