Collective Trauma
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
The pandemic closed churches last year, preventing people from not only worshipping in person together, but grieving together. This is especially true for churches in communities of color. We'll hear more about this collective trauma from Reverend Emmett Price and Reverend Irene Monroe, both co-hosts of the GBH podcast, All Revv'd Up ..read more
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Still Sad
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
Most of the state's COVID-19 restrictions relax on Saturday, but according to a new survey, depression levels across the board remain high, even as the pandemic here in the United States improves. Host Arun Rath speaks with Dr. Roy Perlis, the director for the Center for Quantitative Health at Mass General Hospital, about the findings ..read more
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Perception
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
MIT political scientist Evan Lieberman talks about a paper he recently co-authored that looks at how different social and racial groups perceive COVID-19 health disparities and how that data can be used in future public health messaging campaigns ..read more
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Luck of the Draw
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
It's been a mystery from the beginning: why do some people become much sicker - than others with Covid - and why do some people just get a mild case, or don't have symptoms at all? Nearly a year and a half into the pandemic, public health officials are learning more about why that is. Host Arun Rath speaks with Dr. Marcia Goldberg, an infectious disease expert at Mass General Hospital, about a new study that looks at that variability in COVID ..read more
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A Shared Humanity
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
We continue our look at how the relaxing of state restrictions will impact some businesses. Like many indoor performance spaces, the Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield has had an up and down time of it since the pandemic shut down the Company last spring. But this summer, they're planning indoor and outdoor performances with audiences for the first time in months. We’ll hear from Julianne Boyd, the Company's artistic director, about what those performances will look like and what she's most looking forward to this summer ..read more
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Tenants Rights
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
Thousands of eviction cases are making their way through Massachusetts courts following the expiration of the state's eviction moratorium last year. We'll hear from the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute and Greater Boston Legal Services about what rights tenants have in this process and where they can turn for help if they need it ..read more
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For Nurses, By Nurses
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
Throughout this pandemic, nurses, doctors, and staff across hospitals and community health centers have been on the front lines caring for patients and their families. It's been emotionally taxing for many of them. That’s why some here in Massachusetts are now coming together to help their colleagues. Brigham and Women's Hospital has launched a new podcast called Resiliency Roadmap as a way to support nurses on the frontlines. We’ll hear from Maddy Pearson, podcast host and the chief nursing officer and senior vice president for clinical services at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Christine ..read more
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Hard Hit
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
We'll hear how Lawrence General Hospital, city officials, and a regional community health center are working together to vaccinate hundreds of residents a day within city limits ..read more
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Helping Hands
In It Together
by GBH
7M ago
In the time of COVID, school nurses aren't just dispensing medications to students anymore. In Brockton, when schools closed last spring, their nurses immediately pivoted to helping the city contact trace. This winter, they adapted again - this time, in helping the city vaccinate its residents. We’ll hear from Dr. Linda Cahill, she's a registered nurse and the nursing supervisor for Brockton Public Schools about all of this and what's next now that students will be returning to classrooms ..read more
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Collective Trauma
In It Together
by In It Together
3y ago
The pandemic closed churches last year, preventing people from not only worshipping in person together, but grieving together. This is especially true for churches in communities of color. We'll hear more about this collective trauma from Reverend Emmett Price and Reverend Irene Monroe, both co-hosts of the GBH podcast, All Revv'd Up ..read more
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