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On May 5th, Evidence for Democracy hosted a Q&A with experts leading collaborative response efforts to COVID-19. Watch the full conversation. 

Annals of Science Writing and Journalism: The Digital Archives of Science Forum

This blog, as well as the science policy resources described before, were contributed by Paul Dufour.

Hey everyone! My name is Tej Heer and I recently started as the Senior Research Associate at E4D. I am very excited to start my new role at the organization. Due to the current pandemic, I joined the team remotely at the beginning of April and look forward to joining in-person in the future.

The world "Managing our mental health during COVID-19" displayed over an image of a young man talking on a cell phone

This post was contributed by one of E4D's volunteers, Zahra Clayborne. Zahra has curated this list of resources to help our community access mental health resources as an important element of protecting public health during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will add new resources as the situation evolves. 

Evidence-based response to COVID-19

Globally, health care workers, first responders, essential workers, public servants, and scientists are working tirelessly to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

This crisis demands an evidence-based response. Informing our actions and decisions using the best available science, and mobilizing the skills and knowledge of experts will be vitally important.  To help you, we will be keeping this post updated with credible sources of information on COVID-19 and ways to take action and do your part to stop the spread. We will continue to add to this post as the situation evolves. 

Thank you to our community for providing us with these resources. Please consider submitting a comment below or sending additional resources to info@evidencefordemocracy.ca

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