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The coronavirus pandemic created more demand for midwives to assist at home births, said Sunita Iyer, a licensed midwife who teaches in the School of Nursing & Health Studies.
A senior lecturer in the School of Educational Studies who prepares teachers to support students with disabilities, Jason Naranjo helped UW Bothell colleagues move their teaching online.
One experience dominated 2020: The coronavirus pandemic. It hit hard in the middle of winter quarter. Since then, it’s felt like all coronavirus all the pandemic time.
Justin Gill, an alumnus and lecturer in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, tells CBS what he’s seeing on the ground as an urgent care nurse practitioner.
Assistant Professor Dan Bustillos tells KCPQ that people who are uncertain about a coronavirus vaccine should take it because the benefits outweigh the risks.
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