The Next Normal: Politics and Health.
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of politics and policies in mobilizing and protecting the public. What can we learn from the political failures and successes of the Covid-19 era to create a healthier world?
This program is a part of “The Next Normal” series, designed to take a moment to pause and ask, as we emerge from the pandemic, what we have learned and why, in order to promote the health of all, we cannot return to pre-pandemic normal.
Kellie Carter Jackson
Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities, Wellesley College
Professor, Vanderbilt University
Associate Professor, Cornell University
Primary Care Physician and Nonresident Fellow, Brookings Institution
MODERATOR Health Reporter, The Boston Globe
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