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Social Epidemiology comes to life during the Pandemic

 

Mennos in Medicine: Social epidemiology comes to life during a pandemic; An interview with Allison Ruark

Allison Ruark discusses her first year of teaching epidemiology during a pandemic and life changes the pandemic has brought to her and her family, with a sudden move from South Africa to the states. She gives us an epidemiological perspective on the pandemic and the impact the vaccine is having on our daily lives.

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