Students and faculty from ColoradoSPH@CSU have been volunteering with Larimer County to assist with calling positive patients, creating informational materials, finding alternate locations for patients, and analyzing data.
The newest modeling report from the ColoradoSPH-led coronavirus modeling team projects the trajectory of the pandemic into the next several months, based on various policies and physical distancing levels.
Dr. Jennifer Leiferman, director of the Population Mental Health & Wellbeing Program, and her colleagues at ColoradoSPH are conducting interviews with pregnant women to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affect their mental health.
A new modeling report released today by Colorado public health scientists estimates just how much Coloradans have changed their behaviors since the start of the pandemic – and how those behaviors may now be shifting with the state’s new Safer at Home orders.
Preliminary results of a new survey, conducted by the Population Mental Health & Wellbeing Program, indicate that 23 percent of Coloradans have major depressive disorder. Before the pandemic, about 7 percent of the U.S. met that criteria.