Reducing Exposure to COVID-19: The Human Factors

CLEAN Lessons Learned

Reducing Exposure to COVID-19: The Human Factors

During a comprehensive 90-minute session, Kenneth Martinez led a discussion delving into the complexities of community behavior, governmental response, and resilience amidst the pandemic. With insights from Dr. Melissa Marot, the conversation explored communities’ emotional versus logical reactions, emphasizing the crucial role of collective experiences across generations in shaping resilience. Claire Bird and Brett Cole contributed by highlighting the varied governmental strategies in places like Australia and the US and the challenges of changing public perspectives. Dr. Marot underscored the importance of not just top-down governmental directives but also the role of other organizations in effective community engagement. The session concluded with participants appreciating the valuable insights provided, especially in navigating pandemic stresses and understanding the intricacies of community responses.

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