Apparently not. No surprises here. There is significant data, from outside the COVID-19 universe, that it is the incentive of hard cash that, if anything, can help motivate the move toward health and wellness seeking behavior. Did anybody in Missouri actually consult anyone else in advance? Who advised that a lottery would draw large numbers… Continue reading Did Missouri’s Vaccine Reward Lottery Work? →
Should Washington State’s Hospitals Reject COVID-19 Transfer Cases from Idaho’s Overwhelmed Hospitals?
Should it depend on the vaccination status of the proposed transfer patient? The vaccination status of the population of Idaho? The mask mandate or lack thereof in Idaho? Something else?
Could a deceased faculty member’s surviving family bring a wrongful death suit agains the University of Georgia if the death causing variant could be genetically typed?
So, what next? For all those dithering about whether the unvaccinated ought to be eligible for hospital-based COVID-19 treatment, maybe it is time to stop and think about how having a hospital “bed” available means more than a physical bed, it means a staffed bed, and, in particular, a bed staffed for COVID-19 treatment. The… Continue reading Missouri Can’t Compete in a Free Market for Travel Nurses →
Aggressive Recruitment of Unvaccinated Health Professionals by Nebraska’s Department of Veteran Affairs
I don’t have a good feeling about this, as reported by Modern Health Care: Nebraska’s veterans affairs agency is facing questions from a state lawmaker after it published job advertisements for nurses touting the fact that the state doesn’t require its employees to get coronavirus vaccinations. The ads on a state jobs website prominently note… Continue reading Aggressive Recruitment of Unvaccinated Health Professionals by Nebraska’s Department of Veteran Affairs →
Can a University Prohibit a Teacher From Re-Considering a F2F Teaching Election in Light of Fast Changing COVID-19 Developments in Out of Control Spread Areas?
They can try. From today’s email from UMKC’s administration, a statement that course modality may not be altered without the consent of a Dean: Changes to Class Format Changes to course format this close to the start of the semester are highly disruptive to our students. For that reason, faculty should not be changing class… Continue reading Can a University Prohibit a Teacher From Re-Considering a F2F Teaching Election in Light of Fast Changing COVID-19 Developments in Out of Control Spread Areas? →
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