Coronavirus Preparedness & Response | COVID-19 Questions Answered | Teaching Art In Quarantine
Segment 1, beginning at 4:07: "Part of that opening up safely is having a robust public health infrastructure," said one doctor and epidemiologist.
A former public health response and preparedness director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention evaluated the U.S. response to the coronavirus, and highlighted the need for public health expertise in more than just emergency situations.
- Dr. Ali Khan, dean of the College of Public Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and author of "The Next Pandemic"
Segment 2, beginning at 26:17: As cities and states lift pandemic restrictions, get advice for venturing out safely.
Companies are beginning to open once again for business and we can now go out for more than food, medicine and exercise. Two doctors offered advice on how to do that safely in a COVID-19 world.
- Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, dean of the UMKC School of Medicine
- Dr. Dana Hawkinson, medical director of Infection Prevention and Control for The University of Kansas Health System
Segment 3, beginning at 53:22: This Lawrence, Kansas, teacher is creating a video series starring herself as famous works of art.
Hannah Hurst was looking for a way to continue her students' art education while under stay-at-home orders. Her solution has inspired her pupils to join in.
- Hannah Hurst, art teacher at Deerfield Elementary School and creator of "The Art Teacher in Quarantine"