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Jesse Bossingham on Kristina Gupta’s Grand Rounds

January 14, 2022

Dr. Kristina Gupta is an assistant professor in the department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She spoke at the UNC Health Humanities Grand Rounds (HHGR) in a talk entitled “Beyond ‘Medical Necessity’: Transition-Related Care Before … Continued

Elizabeth Shand Broadcasts Her “History of the Book” Series

August 28, 2021

In the summer of 2019, Liz Shand submitted a proposal to the UNC Partnerships in Aging Program, which was collaborating with Galloway Ridge—a senior living community in Pittsboro, N.C.—to offer educational opportunities for its residents. Liz’s proposal: “The History of … Continued

Noah Ashenafi on Abolition Medicine HHGR

May 20, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to reevaluate the lens through which we view healthcare and the future of medical practice. The pandemic has put medicine into crisis, but at the same time, the past year has provided humanity the … Continued

COVID-19 in U.S. Prisons: An ArcGIS Story Map

January 28, 2021

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has ravaged high-density areas ranging from New York City to rural churches. Prisons, however, have been largely undiscussed hotspots of infection and death. Incarcerated people are 550% more likely to contract COVID-19 and 300% … Continued

Jacqueline Gu on HHJ Podcast

November 16, 2020

As we struggle to enrich our lives and occupy our minds while we navigate these stressful times, many like myself have taken this opportunity to explore podcasts to feel connected with others, and in some ways distracted from the cacophony … Continued