In spite of a global pandemic, many colleges and universities across the United States are gearing up for the fall football season. While this slice of normalcy may be comforting, it could also come at an enormous cost – the well-being of the student athletes.
On September 14, Dr. Rachel Herlihy joined the Colorado School of Public Health and its Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Residency Program to deliver the annual "State of the State" update from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
The Colorado Cancer Screening Program (CCSP) has navigated more than 30,000 people into preventive screening and prevented hundreds of cancers, catching cancers in early stages when they are easier to treat.
Calling a recent Colorado-wide mask mandate “an important step” in the fight against SARS-CoV-2, ColoradoSPH Dean Samet and colleagues talked about the many challenges they face, including the politicization of masks, and how far science has come during a recent podcast.
Contact tracing is a critical component of identifying and addressing COVID-19 outbreaks. Students, faculty, and staff from ColoradoSPH have stepped up to play major roles in Colorado's contact tracing efforts.
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.