Information Resources

The Nagoya Protocol should not shield the hoarding of pathogens

TThis week, health officials from around the world are meeting – virtually – in Geneva to discuss plans for a global pandemic preparedness contract. This is an essential endeavor as the world struggles to find a way through the current pandemic, in a race against time to get vaccines to …

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Information and resources on Covid vaccination for general practitioners November 25th

A range of information resources are provided here to assist GPs in vaccinating patients and preparing for care for COVID-19 patients in the community. RACGP updated guidelines for home care: On November 17, 2021, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) published new guidelines for home care for patients …

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Family history questions are important. Here is how

It’s not over yet. The coronavirus has cost more than 5 million lives worldwide and heightened health concerns. However, it was always important to know your family’s health history. The holidays are just around the corner and for those who have the privilege of being with family, table chats on …

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For Chula Vista seniors, resource and event information is now just a phone call away

During the COVID-19 shutdown, Chula Vista found ways to keep senior citizens informed on-site through virtual round table discussions on topics such as food distribution, self-sufficiency and distance learning. However, some older adults were unable to attend because they did not have internet access or a computer at home. Go …

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Will a coordinated cyber attack emerge in the escalating Russian-Ukrainian conflict?

What is the Russian-Ukrainian situation like? Currently, Ukraine – along with its allies in NATO – is very concerned about the roughly 90,000 Russian troops that are gathering near the Donbass region (aka Donbass) in eastern Ukraine. This unusual build-up of troops has raised fears that Russia may be preparing …

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We’re here to help | Rowan today

Everyone faces stress and fear, but nobody has to face it alone Dear university community, As some may know, a student died on campus earlier this week. Our thoughts go with family, friends, and others who knew this student. We understand that people want information in times of uncertainty, but …

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CSUB is all-in for OUTober

OUTober is traditionally a week-long celebration of the LGBTQ + community at CSU Bakersfield. This year the celebration turned into a month of activities and events. Dr. Bre Evans-Santiago, Director of Teacher Education and Co-Advisor for the LGBTQ + network, shared her excitement at the network’s first face-to-face meet ‘n’ …

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