TV can use messaging guidelines to create content and help slow the spread of the virus, and encourage people to get vaccinated.
Our webinars began on the topic of mental health, with virologist Dr. Paula Cannon and mindfulness teacher Brian Shiers.
The pandemic has disrupted support lines for those in need, and has made treatment and recovery more challenging.
Our virtual talk focused on people living with lupus, an autoimmune disease, and the role of hydroxychloroquine, a vital medication.
Dr. Bruce Chernof of The SCAN Foundation joins a panel about the challenges facing those who are caregivers for older adults.
Our panel spotlighted the pandemic’s deep impact on the health of those who are incarcerated in the U.S. prison system.
The series continues with a conversation about how underserved communities of color are feeling the pandemic’s impact the most.
Voting rights organizer Stacey Abrams and TV producer Norman Lear took part in this talk about the state of American democracy.
Our panel of experts discussed whether the pandemic provides new options for reproductive rights and abortion care.
Journalist Priska Neely moderated this discussion on how COVID-19 deepened the childbirth crisis for Black women.
Our panel explores the all-out search for a vaccine. Does early research indicate that immunization could be within reach?
Do the lessons learned from the 40-year battle against the HIV/AIDS epidemic offer any help in the current global crisis?
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman discusses the pandemic’s effect on national and nuclear security issues.
What would it take to make our criminal justice system more humane, and is there a supporting role that TV can play?
Our final panel in the series explores how the pandemic will shape life on Hollywood sets. What will the u0022new normalu0022 look like?