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RSM COVID-19 Series | Episode 10: The mental health of NHS staff
May 5, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Dr Clare Gerada, GP and Medical Director of the NHS Practitioner Health Programme, and award-winning author and former doctor, Adam Kay, joins us to discuss the emotional and psychological impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the mental health of doctors, how to build resilience, and the extraordinary response of the NHS to the crisis.
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Science, Policy & Pandemics: Episode 6 - How has the pandemic impacted children and adolescents?
May 1, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

How are children, including the most vulnerable, coping with the covid19 pandemic and home schooling? Will the covid-19 pandemic have longer term effects on our education systems? What impact has the pandemic had on adolescents' rites of passage?
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Meeting the Needs of People with Dementia Living in Care Homes during Covid-19
May 1, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Keywords: dementia, Covid-19, care home, unmet needs. An animation from the CAIT and Newcastle Model series. Produced by the Newcastle Dementia Service for care home staff, the animation presents the 8-needs framework. It identifies the key needs of people with dementia during the Covid pandemic and looks at inventive ways staff are using to meet these needs.
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If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.4:06You're signed outVideos you watch may be added to the TV's watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer.CancelConfirmUp NextCancelAutoplay is pausedFEPS COVID Response Seminars5 videosSwitch cameraShareInclude playlistAn error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later.0:001:54:410:00 / 1:54:41Live•Scroll for details Transcript FEPS COVID Response Webinar: EU Spending that Empowers. For an inclusive and more resilient Europe
April 30, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

This public online event was an exceptional occasion to discuss how government spending targeted to social outcomes can play a role in the recovery strategy from the pandemic. We counted with the participation of Nicolas Schmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights. This event was reflection on how a social investment approach could play a role in the reconstruction of European welfare systems and how it can find its place in the next budget of the European Union. Building on the FEPS Policy Study “Social Investment Now! Advancing Social Europe through the EU Budget” by Anton Hemerijck, Robin Huguenot-Noel, Francesco Corti and David Rinaldi, the webinar revised how important changes in the EU’s economic, social and political environment conspire behind a growing case for the EU to embrace social investment beyond two-decade lip-service.
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COVID-19 and Suicide: Exploring Prevention
April 28, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Despite decades of expert warnings, the world was unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic. Now experts worry about the impact of the pandemic on mental health and suicide risk, due to economic distress and isolation. But a surge in suicides is preventable if proper prevention measures are put in place.
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A New Normal: How Social and Behavioral Science Can Help Us Cope With COVID-19
April 15, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

With social distancing and shelter-in-place mandates in effect worldwide, the COVID-19 pandemic is necessitating large-scale behavior change and taking a significant psychological toll. How can we use insights from the behavioral and social sciences to align human behavior with the recommendations of epidemiologists and public health experts, and guide decision-making? Northwestern University professor of political science Dr. Jamie Druckman and University of Cambridge social psychology professor, Dr. Sander van der Linden address these questions and more, drawing on key insights from a just-released report they coauthored with more than two dozen social scientists from universities around the world.
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Understanding Risk with Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter
March 24, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Sir David Spiegelhalter joins us to discuss all things risk-related and his work as the Winton Professor of Public Understanding of Risk at Cambridge University.
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Science Facebook Live: Understanding SARS-CoV-2 structure informs vaccine design, clinical trials
March 20, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Just weeks after the genome sequence of the recently emerged coronavirus was published online, researchers reported the cryogenic electron microscopy structure of the spike protein the virus uses to gain entry to host cells in a 19 February Science paper (https://scim.ag/2WxQ8lY). The insights from their study are already helping to inform vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. On Friday, the coauthors of this study, Jason McLellan and Barney Graham, discussed via Facebook Live how they visualized the spike protein, as well as how their work to improve understanding of SARS-CoV2 viral structure will inform therapeutics against this virus going forward. Show less Show more
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Professor Peter Bull - Meeting the media as a political psychologist
Feb. 24, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Professor Peter Bull, from the Universities of Salford and York, gives his talk at our 9th annual Stories of Psychology event 'Psychology, society and the public: The history of psychologia and the media', 7 November 2019.
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Data Intersections 2020 | Heather Krause
Feb. 21, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

Talk Title:  "How not to use data like a racist, sexist, homophobe (etc.  . . .)  A seven-step framework for ethics and equity in data" by Heather Krause Founder of Datassist and We All Count Very few people build data products because they want to promote racist or sexist ideas. However, it’s very easy to accidentally fall into these traps, particularly when there’s so much talk about the objectivity of evidence. It’s really easy to make mistakes when using data. A working understanding of how to incorporate ethics and equity into data products is essential for anyone conducting data analysis or making decisions based on data analysis. This talk provides you with several shocking real-world examples and a seven-step framework for identifying inequity and hidden bias in the data product lifecycle. As interest in ethics in data grows, this remains one of the few actionable frameworks for making equitable change in the way you use data as a team. It has been successfully implemented to improve ethics within data, algorithms, dashboards and more at Mastercard, Oxfam, the UN, the Margaret Cargill Foundation, Borealis, and several national governments.
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