Responding to COVID-19 in the Filipino American Community
Antonio Moya

Responding to COVID-19 in the Filipino American Community

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Antonio Moya (NCSP Alumni ‘18-20) is active in the Filipino American community’s response to COVID-19 in Los Angeles and nationwide. Checkout the article below. https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/giving/2020/08/03/responding-to-covid-19-in-the-filipino-american-community/

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How doctors’ fears of getting COVID-19 can mean losing the healing power of touch

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Liza Buchbinder (UCLA NCSP '17-19) recently wrote an article on the power of empathetic communication via touch and how its potential loss effects patient care due to COVID. https://theconversation.com/how-doctors-fears-of-getting-covid-19-can-mean-losing-the-healing-power-of-touch-one-physicians-story-137379

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The UCLA NCSP Zoom Graduation!

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Congratulations to this year's graduating cohort! Unfortunately, we did not get to celebrate our scholars in person, but we were able to gather scholars, program directors, community partners and family/friends…

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This Mother’s Day is especially meaningful for one California mom and her daughter (COVID-19)

This Mother’s Day is especially meaningful for one California mom and her daughter who are both recovering from the coronavirus. The bond between Adrienne Martinez-Hollingsworth and her daughter Zoe is…

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