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Dave Mazierski spent the holiday break focused on an un-seasonal task: printing 3D models of bat-eared fox skulls.
Mazierski, a vertebrate palaeontologist and associate professor of biomedical communications at the University of Toronto Mississauga, teaches a scientific drawing class. The skulls were needed for his nearly 50 undergraduate students to complete one of the course’s exercises.
Normally, rows of drawing stations would be set up in one of the biology department’s laboratories so students can observe and sketch primate skulls.
University of Toronto researchers have identified a number of sources of “moral distress” for nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic – and they’re developing recommendations to help address the problem.
The causes of distress range from the heart-wrenching experience of watching patients die without family members present, to, ironically, public displays of support for health-care workers, according to the early findings of the researchers’ study.
A University of Toronto researcher is launching a Black-run survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the African and Black diaspora.
“This project is about life and death for our community,” says Roberta Timothy, an assistant professor at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health who is leading the project. “Too many people know someone who got COVID or died from it or COVID-related comorbidities.”
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