Christopher Eddy, MPH, REHS, CP-FS College of Science, Engineering, and Technology, Grand Canyon University
Richard Schuster, MMM, MD, FACP, FRCP (Edin) International Master’s in Public Health Specialized in Health Systems Administration and Global Health Leadership Program, University of Haifa
Eriko Sase, PhD Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University Graduate School…
1,000 times the viral load?
Christopher Eddy, M.P.H., REHS, CP-FS
Eriko Sase, Ph.D.
Our Figure 1 diagram, designed in March 2021, early in the pandemic, still holds. It seemed that with each passing month a new element of the transmission diagram was pushed closer to a point of validation.
Eriko Sase and Christopher Eddy
from the Georgetown Public Policy Review: 2021 Spring Edition
Abstract: Introduction Before the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. hospitalizations were already near surge capacity in many healthcare systems. Presently, 29 states have developed a crisis standards of care (CSC) plan that is designed to enable healthcare systems…
Or — was SARS-CoV-2 natural, accidental, or intentional?
By Christopher Eddy, M.P.H., REHS, CP-FS
From 2003–2019, I lectured upon All-hazards readiness extensively as a public health official directly involved in the national response to 9/11, SARS, monkey pox, Ebola, West Nile virus, Zika, and the ever-present influenza threat. I have…
Then I hold his gaze until I see the realization wash across his face. In a few minutes, he’ll be one step away from a ventilator.
Brooke Kochel RN
Hospitals in Idaho and Alaska have shifted to crisis standards of care: this means rationing not only of general healthcare service capacity, but also a medical triage sorting process that determines who will be treated and who will not be treated, based upon subjective judgments. We were concerned about this early pandemic and as our paper on topic was published, we were relatively certain that we turned the corner on the possibility of hospital surge capacity exceedance. This is our paper on topic that has become a recommendation for bridging emergency management systems and medical triage decision-making. This could be avoided: https://all1healthsystems.medium.com/crisis-standards-of-care-on-justice-and-the-public-health-approach-to-the-covid-19-pandemic-f1c848a6b73a
r which should not allow for the radioacti…radioactive for anyone to live in the city and since the incident, the European Union had created a shield around the reactor which should not allow for the radioactive rays to come out.
Andrei Tapalaga ✒️
Chernobyl Sarcophagus Timelapse. If this does not amaze you, perhaps nothing will... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tGh00yZwCU
Implications that sarcophagus prevents previous rainwater cooling processes. Then perhaps the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Disaster (on-going) saving grace is also its curse: the continuous generation of radioactive ground waters that act to control uncharacterized, likely critical corium. See an analysis of the problem facing global health in the next several years. https://www.greenpeace.org/international/press-release/47207/the-japanese-governments-decision-to-discharge-fukushima-contaminated-water-ignores-human-rights-and-international-maritime-law/
More from us here; 3.11.2021. The 10 Year Anniversary of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: what it means to US https://all1healthsystems.medium.com/3-11-2021-the-10-year-anniversary-of-the-fukushima-nuclear-disaster-what-it-means-to-us-ae615114cfeb
[1st installment in a series]
Christopher Eddy, MPH, REHS, CP-FS
College of Nursing and Health Care
Professions, Grand Canyon University
Eriko Sase, PhD
Kennedy Institute of Ethics,
The School of Medicine,
University of Tokyo
Department of Social Work and Child
Science, Saitama Prefectural University
To characterize the…