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Inclusive Pedagogy

April 28, 2022

Inclusive Pedagogy, Department of Philosophy, UNC CH, April 28 2022

Access to HIV Care in Jails: Perspectives from People Living with HIV in North Carolina

January 24, 2022

Most incarcerations for people living with HIV (PLWH) occur in jails, yet studies of HIV care during jail incarceration are limited. As part of a larger study to explore the ethical considerations in extending public health HIV surveillance to jail settings, we conducted semi-structured interviews with twenty-three PLWH with more than 300 distinct jail incarcerations … Continued

Hospital Policies During COVID-19: An Analysis of Visitor Restrictions

January 23, 2022

Abstract Objective: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals have developed visitor restriction policies in order to mitigate spread of infection. We reviewed hospital visitor restriction policies for consistency and to develop recommendations to highlight fair and transparent restrictions, exceptions, and appeals in policy development and implementation. Design: Collection and analysis of public-facing visitor restriction … Continued