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A Dip in Overdose Mortality Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Medicine & Health Published: July 2020
". . . Have we turned a corner in the opioid epidemic? That question is even more complicated in the wake of COVID-19, as many of the public health initiatives that helped reduce the overdose death rate are in jeopardy."
Blending Kids into Hybrid Learning Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Education Published: November 2020
Hybrid learning certainly presents significant demands on parents, guardians, and caregivers, but it also presents a number of creative opportunities for children--with the adults in their lives--to learn new things and develop new skills.
Computing the New College Experience Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Education Published: May 2020
"Just as students and faculty have developed strategies to learn and teach in traditional in-person settings, they will be able to adapt those strategies to online courses through trial, error, and open communication."
COVID's Overdose Beat Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Health Beat Published: July 2021
"There was catious optimism that the rapid intensification in drug mortality had begun to plateau. However, much of that optimism faded during the first days of stay-at-home orders in March 2020."
Pandemic Worsens Overdose Crisis Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Health Beat Published: May 2022
"The stress and isolation associated with COVID-19 mitigation strategies led to some people using drugs more frequently, in greater doses, or in more dangerous ways. . . . "
Tax Credits Aplenty Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Economics Published: September 2021
"Lessons from the [Earned Income Tax Credit] show that the 2021 [Child Tax Credit] expansion has the potential to improve both child and parent health as well as educational outcomes for children."