Natural Stings: Selling Distrust About Vaccines on Brazilian YouTube
Protect the Antarctic Peninsula — before it’s too late
Evaluation of a novel community-based COVID-19 ‘Test-to-Care’ model for low-income populations
After a COVID-19 diagnosis, vulnerable populations face considerable logistical and financial challenges to isolate and quarantine. We developed and evaluated a novel, community-based approach (‘Test-to-Care’ Model) designed to address these barriers for socioeconomically vulnerable Latinx individuals with newly diagnosed COVID-19 and their households.
Building STEAM for DH and Electronic Literature: An Educational Approach to Nurturing the STEAM Mindset in Higher Education
Stability Expanded, in Reality
Negative illness feedbacks: High‐frisk policing reduces civilian reliance on emergency department (ED) services
Constructing interval variables via faceted Rasch measurement and multitask deep learning: a hate speech application
Array programming with NumPy
The Case for Algorithmic Stewardship for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Technologies
The first manual on hospital administration, published in 1808, described a hospital steward as “an individual who [is] honest and above reproach,” with duties including the purchasing and management of hospital materials. Today, a steward’s job can be seen as ensuring the safe and effective use of clinical resources. The Joint Commission, for instance, requires antimicrobial stewardship programs to support appropriate antimicrobial use, including by monitoring antibiotic prescribing and resistance patterns.