Jim Thomas, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, uses the COVID-19 pandemic to illustrate how public health emergencies exacerbate inequalities, including social inequality, the effects of public health policies, vaccine hesitancy, and vaccine distribution.
- Product: Sage Research Methods Video: Medicine and Health
- Type of Content: Tutorial
- Title: Public Health Emergencies Exacerbate Inequities
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2021
- Online pub date:
- Discipline: Medicine
- Methods: Ethical codes, Ethical approval, Populations, Population parameters, Epidemiology, Participatory epidemiology, Data sharing, Data collection, Community-based research
- Duration: 00:20:42
Keywords: community-based research ethics, epidemiology, ethnic and racial barriers to healthcare, floods (disaster), herd immunity, hurricanes, infectious disease, low-income workers and careers, pandemics, priority setting, public health, public health crisis management, Social inequality, Tuskegee study, vaccination, vaccines, vulnerable populations
Academic: Jim ThomasOnline ISBN: 9781529777598Copyright: 2021 SAGE Publications, Ltd.