Episode 9: Ripple Effects

About this Episode:

With nearly 4.5 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, we’re now seeing the ripple effects of the pandemic. From an increase in domestic violence to closer family relationships, these effects are both bad and good. In this episode, we explore four changes wrought by the pandemic and what they can teach us.

Guests:

Dan Buettner | National Geographic Fellow, Writer, and Explorer | BIO
DeAna Smith | Director – Domestic Abuse Service Center, Hennepin County, Minnesota
Mark Pereira, PhD, MPH | Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health | BIO
Ryan Demmer, PhD, MPH | Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health | BIO
Greg Waibel | Chief Operating Office, YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities | BIO
Ranit Mishori MD | Family Medicine – Georgetown University | BIO
Arne Graff MD | Chair- Division of Child Abuse Pediatrics, Mayo Clinic | BIO
John Joyce MD | Retired Mayo Clinic physician (and our host’s dad!)
John Finnegan | Dean and Professor at University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Michael Joyce | Producer and Host of ‘Health In All Matters’ Podcast

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