Will the COVID-19 pandemic have lasting impacts on our collective psyches, mental health, psychological development, and socialization behavior?
When the COVID-19 vaccine became available, there was concern it wouldn’t adequately reach underserved communities. Learn how providers came together in California to quickly mobilize volunteer-based vaccination centers.
As the nation begins to experience a glimmer of hope as vaccinations proceed apace, the mental health toll on essential healthcare providers is becoming clearer by the day.
Embracing change is a necessary activity. But If we perceive uncertainty as an opportunity, then embracing change becomes a necessity for survival.
If you feel like you might be about to run full-steam into a “pandemic wall” – physically, mentally, nutritionally and spiritually – you are not alone.
There are several actions we can all take to get through the last leg of the COVID-19 race and avoid hitting the pandemic wall.
Ensuring the public that the coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective is key to helping Americans feel comfortable getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn how public health professionals and healthcare workers can help educate the public and dispel disinformation.
Getting divorced is a life-changing event that can be extremely emotional and confusing for adults and children. In this episode, APU professor Dr. Kandis Wyatt talks to Danica Joan about the benefits of having a divorce coach, especially in child custody cases.