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Stephen Bezruchka: Covid-19 Lessons for the Future

Stephen Bezruchka: Covid-19 Lessons for the Future


Length: 0:57:01
Uploaded: 14 Jun, 2021

Recording Date: 22 May, 2021
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Language: English
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Program Title: Stephen Bezruchka: Covid-19 Lessons for the Future
Description: If you weren’t aware of it before, the pandemic demonstrates the fact that the virus recognizes no boundaries or borders. There is no safe place. Our collective fragility has been made all too evident. What will we take away from the Covid-19 plague? We go back to business as usual only at our peril as other pandemics are sure to come. As Dr. Stephen Bezruchka says, “We need to rally around creating a society to work for global sustainability. Covid-19 threatens the planet. This crisis is an opportunity to make big changes in our relationship with each other and the planet. Incremental change is not going to work.”

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Featured Speakers/Guests: Stephen Bezruchka is Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Global Health and of Health Services at the School of Public Health at the University of Washington. He worked for many years as an emergency physician.

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Politics
Health
Type: Speech/Presentation

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