Updated: May 2
Pleased to highlight this informative article from The Atlantic, written by Aaron E. Carroll, Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Prepared by a teaching physician, the piece highlights positive outcomes achieved through a combination of applying scientific knowledge and thoughtful planning, procedures, infrastructure redeployment, and proximity detection. Most importantly, it speaks to applying learnings to continually improve the health of the campus. The article includes useful links to other applied thinking including the City of Davis in California.
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A COVID-19 testing center at Colby College in Waterville, Maine (Tristan Spinsky / The New York Times / Redux)