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Brenda Merritt

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Three lessons learned from the COVID-19 global pandemic and how we can prepare for the next one

Opinion | BY BRENDA MERRITT | April 19, 2021
The pandemic was a perfect example of how scientists from across the health spectrum mobilized to create collaborative teams to quickly and competently: investigate strategies of how to address imminent health concerns and deliver care to COVID-19 patients; develop rapid protocols for vaccine development; and better understand and address the existing, as well as the amplified health disparities that emerged during the pandemic for our Black, Indigenous, and BIPOC communities, writes Brenda Merritt. Image courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY BRENDA MERRITT | April 19, 2021
Opinion | BY BRENDA MERRITT | April 19, 2021
The pandemic was a perfect example of how scientists from across the health spectrum mobilized to create collaborative teams to quickly and competently: investigate strategies of how to address imminent health concerns and deliver care to COVID-19 patients; develop rapid protocols for vaccine development; and better understand and address the existing, as well as the amplified health disparities that emerged during the pandemic for our Black, Indigenous, and BIPOC communities, writes Brenda Merritt. Image courtesy of Pexels