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March 2021

CMC: Vaccines, Curbing COVID II: Shots in Arms

March 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual OHUnited States + Google Map
free, donations appreciated

The Optimal Health Series is presented by CMC, OSU Wexner Medical Center, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. News regarding vaccines seems to change everyday: new vaccines coming online from more sources, new age groups and professions approved for appointments, new reports about our neighbors who are wary of getting a shot, and updates about variants of the virus. Our panel will discuss these topics surrounding the conversation about COVID vaccines. Featuring Dr. Andrew Thomas, Chief Clinical Officer, Senior Associate VP for…

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CMC: Bridging the Digital Divide II (Urban)

March 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual OHUnited States + Google Map
Free, donations appreciated

In November 2020, the Columbus Dispatch reported, “Unlike in rural areas, where high-speed internet service is scarce, the city of Columbus is saturated with broadband internet providers who give residents multiple options to hook up to fast service. But many city residents still don’t have high-speed service. That’s likely because the high price is keeping many low-income households from affording it, a report commissioned by the Columbus Foundation found.” Join our panel to learn more about Governor Dewine’s BroadbandOhio office,…

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CMC: COVID’s Impact: Worse for Women

March 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual OHUnited States + Google Map
Free, donations appreciated

According to the October 2020 Brookings Report, “Why has COVID-19 been especially harmful for working women” , “COVID-19 is hard on women because the U.S. economy is hard on women, and this virus excels at taking existing tensions and ratcheting them up. Millions of women were already supporting themselves and their families on meager wages before coronavirus-mitigation lockdowns sent unemployment rates skyrocketing and millions of jobs disappeared. And working mothers were already shouldering the majority of family caregiving responsibilities in…

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