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Understanding vaccine hesitancy: Q&A with CU Denver sociology professor Jennifer Reich

Understanding vaccine hesitancy: Q&A with CU Denver sociology professor Jennifer Reich

Jennifer Reich, PhD, professor of sociology in CU Denver’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is a national expert on the issue of vaccine hesitancy. As...
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New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Elizabeth Philbrick and her husband Jared Scott weren’t sure about the future of their new business in Dolores...
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CU Denver study: More than 64% of health CEOs concerned about pandemic challenges

CU Denver study: More than 64% of health CEOs concerned about pandemic challenges

In ground-breaking research released today, researchers found that the “new normal,” brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, provides both disruptions and unique...
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Fireworks and freedom in 2021? Maybe a sparkle but probably not a full launch

Fireworks and freedom in 2021? Maybe a sparkle but probably not a full launch

President Joe Biden has painted a bright picture for the coming Fourth of July holiday, claiming all Americans will have access to a COVID-19 vaccine by May 1...
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Chancellor Reddy announces fall semester plans: ‘We are beginning to see light on the horizon’

Chancellor Reddy announces fall semester plans: ‘We are beginning to see light on the horizon’

As vaccines continue to roll out across the nation, UCCS Chancellor Venkat Reddy announced Friday plans for the fall semester to include a majority of in-...
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2% of people carry 90% of COVID-19 virus, and roommates are safer than you think

2% of people carry 90% of COVID-19 virus, and roommates are safer than you think

A few “super carriers” with off-the-charts viral loads are likely responsible for the bulk of COVID-19 transmissions, while about half of infected people aren’...
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Vaccinated? You are now free to move about the cabin. Sort of.

Vaccinated? You are now free to move about the cabin. Sort of.

For about 1.2 million Coloradans, the world suddenly appears brighter. They represent the small percentage of the state’s 5.9 million residents who, some might...
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Video: CU Anschutz leaders discuss vaccine progress, distribution, efficacy

Video: CU Anschutz leaders discuss vaccine progress, distribution, efficacy

As vaccine distribution is underway around the world, the virtual panel series, “A Conversation on COVID-19 with the CU Anschutz Medical Campus,” continued on...
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COVID-19 relief bill might have good news for CU
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COVID-19 relief bill might have good news for CU

Federal relief legislation aimed at mitigating financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic potentially could mean $114 million in funding for the University...
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new commercial

CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new commercial

Dedicating one’s days and nights to treating people who are sick, injured and suffering is not in a typical job description. It takes a certain mettle to be...
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Taking aim during mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign: It’s not easy

Taking aim during mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign: It’s not easy

On Dec. 14, when the first COVID-19 vaccine hit Colorado, healthcare providers were cast into another trying mission: Vaccinate the state’s 5.7 million...
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Writing proves a therapeutic outlet for pandemic stress

Writing proves a therapeutic outlet for pandemic stress

Writing patient notes is just part of the daily routine for doctors, nurses and other providers. It’s a rare occasion, however, when providers are asked to...
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Answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions
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Answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions

With Moderna and Pfizer vaccines released and others in the approval pipeline, the state of Colorado is actively distributing doses to residents. As people...
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Colorado School of Public Health launches Colorado Data Dashboard to assist local public health officials, county commissioners and community leaders

Colorado School of Public Health launches Colorado Data Dashboard to assist local public health officials, county commissioners and community leaders

The Colorado School of Public Health launched a new website that provides detailed, county-level data tied to the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic. The Colorado...
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CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

During the months-long pandemic, healthcare providers have seen a lot of things, often on levels they have never seen before. From brain fog and loss of smell...
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CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

Last spring, as healthcare providers and scientists around the world scrambled to treat a surge of patients infected with a virus that experts knew little...
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Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano is in isolation at home after testing positive today for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. His daughter also...
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COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

When the pandemic struck last winter, it upended our lives in ways few could have imagined. Many of us work from home now, our kids go to school online, we...
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CU Boulder establishes new office for COVID-19 operations, response, planning

CU Boulder establishes new office for COVID-19 operations, response, planning

Since March, CU Boulder has coordinated COVID-19 planning and response through its Emergency Operations Plan. As the campus prepares for the spring semester—...
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More than 1,100 to earn degrees during virtual ceremony Dec. 18

More than 1,100 to earn degrees during virtual ceremony Dec. 18

More than 1,100 students will celebrate the completion of their academic degree programs in the 2020 winter virtual commencement ceremony Dec. 18.
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Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado business is showing more signs of a recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump, according to a new CU Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena...
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Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Members of the Boulder Faculty Assembly received an update on Thursday from Provost Russell Moore, who explained in further detail why the campus is shifting...
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Fauci shares pandemic insights with CU Boulder students

University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano posed questions from students to Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, this...
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Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Infectious diseases have been around for millennia—with the earliest known communicable diseases being measles, smallpox, and influenza.
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CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

Vaccine hesitancy is something we hear a lot about these days related to a potential coronavirus vaccine. Yet vaccine hesitancy has been a public health issue...

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