Matthew Wynia, director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and professor of Health Systems, Management & Policy, was interviewed by The Atlantic about the role of disabilities in COVID-19 triage decisions.
At a press conference, Gov. Jared Polis shared modeling data that outlined different possible trajectories for COVID-19 in Colorado. The data were compiled by a team from ColoradoSPH, the CU School of Medicine, and CU Boulder.
CSU's Center for Energy Development and Health, led by Environmental and Occupational Health Professor John Volckens, has been tapped by the governor's office to test personal protective equipment, ensuring it's reliable and available for health providers.
Jenn Leiferman, associate professor of Community and Behavioral Health and Director of the Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center, was interviewed by Healthline about the stressful conversation trying to convince your parents to stay home.
Daniel Goldberg, associate professor of epidemiology, joined writer and advocate Matthew Cortland to talk about the ethics of the response to COVID-19, particularly for the disabled and people with pre-existing conditions.
Matthew Wynia, director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and professor of Health Systems, Management & Policy, was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times about the difficulties of deciding who to prioritize when hospitals reach capacity.
Elaine Scallan Walter, associate professor of Epidemiology and co-director of the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence, was interviewed by the Denver Post about how to minimize coronavirus risk when ordering out.