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  1. The Universal Stages of Disaster, And Where We Are Now

    The Universal Stages of Disaster, And Where We Are Now

    Several weeks ago, I was catching up with a colleague, the dedicated Kate Siegrist, B.S., M.Sc, Chief Nursing Officer of the Nurse-Family Partnership in Denver, Colorado. We were discussing changes to a streaming page we built for NFP to help relieve stress for the hundreds of nurses who do life changing work in inner cities all over the US. (They have many super powers, but still can use some winding-down skills at the end of the day.)

    Kate mentioned a terrific graph she had seen in a presentation, one that maps out the phases of, really, any disaster, but works especially well for this pandemic.

    Check it out — it’s really useful for perspective.

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  2. Teach Your Children Well — But Remotely, Or In Person?

    Teach Your Children Well — But Remotely, Or In Person?

    Back in March, a good friend of mine had been right smack in the middle of a semester abroad, living out a dream and residing in the heart of Salamanca in Spain — and then the coronavirus hit. At first, she was hopeful that the threat would be minimal, that she could safely shelter in place, complete coursework online, and finish out the school year before returning home.

    I think we probably all wish that had been the case, all around, but it didn’t last.

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