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Krisztina Laszlo MAS, Archivist at Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC) at the UBC Library, recently blogged in celebration of nurses and health care professionals at UBC.
A research centre at UBC School of Nursing wants to learn about the experiences of young South Asian gay and bisexual men, especially at home and in school. As part of the Stigma and Resilience Among Vulnerable Youth Centre (SARAVYC), Dr.
This story was written by UBC Media Relations as part of the “Making a difference” series, which shines a spotlight on the many ways—both big and small—that UBC community members are helping with the response to COVID-19. Share your story with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As nurses, as a School of Nursing, we cannot and should not remain silent when acts of racist violence and hatred affect the health and lives of people in our communities. We stand together in condemning all acts of racism, including anti-Black, anti-Asian, and anti-Indigenous racism.
People in prisons are at high risk of infection from COVID-19, as well as profoundly affected by the response to the pandemic, leading the World Health Organization to call for public health act
Given the absolute importance of equity in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the EQUIP team has created Equity-Oriented Health Systems Improvement A Policy Brief. Click below to access all of EQUIP's Key Resources, or open the PDF attached to read this important work.
Women have been particularly affected by this pandemic and are grappling daily with challenges to their safety and security. These challenges are made worse by poverty, limited housing options, and the tremendous food insecurity that exists.