This is the second installment of Dr. Carl Schultz’ coverage of the COVID pandemic. He is currently the Emergency Medical Services medical director at Orange County’s Health Agency, and for the full hour, speaks as a seasoned disaster medicine practitioner and researcher at UC Irvine.http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/SchultzPodPt2_5-26-20.mp3
Monthly Archives: May 2020
COVID and the Practice of Disaster Medicine Part 1
Today we peel back the curtain of disaster medicine during the pandemic with Dr. Carl Schultz’ frank and heartfelt insight. He is currently the Emergency Medical Services medical director at Orange County’s Health Agency, and for the full hour, speaks as a seasoned disaster medicine practitioner and researcher at UC Irvine. The extended portion of the interview is in Part 2 of this day’s posting.http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/SchultzPod15-26-20.mp3
Sanctuary City: A Civil Grassroots Model in Los Alamitos
For the full hour, Pastor Samuel Pullen offers a useful case study on how grassroots is getting the job done in Los Alamitos in the sanctuary city movement. Lessons learned could sustain additional grassroots efforts as the post pandem financial pie is being carved.http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/PullenPod5-19-20.mp3
Andrew Noymer Speaks on COVID-19; Part 2
We devote the full program to UCI epidemiologist Andrew Noymer. Already seen and heard on media platforms nationally and internationally; he offers his latest, compelling insights about the pandemics he has known, including the one we’re all sharing right now. This podcast is the second of two parts and pertains to Orange County.http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/Noymer5-12-20Part2.mp3
Noymer Speaks on COVID-19; Part 1
We devote the full hour to UCI epidemiologist Andrew Noymer. Already seen and heard on media platforms nationally and internationally; he offers his latest, compelling insights about the pandemics he has known, including the one we’re all sharing right now. This interview has been divided in two parts, Part 2 pertaining to Orange County is posted on this website in a separate podcast. Andrew regularly posts commentary on Twitter @AndrewNoymer. http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/NoymerPodPart15-12-20.mp3
US Census 2020 Counts All AND. Transforming Justice Orange County
Deputy Regional Director for the US Census 2020, Jeff Enos, overseeing operations in 7 western states, reminds us of our opportunities and obligations with this latest US census. Listeners can camp out at their website to complete the census online and for employment opportunities: https://www.census.gov or call 844-330-2020. The extended deadline for completing this census is 10/31/20.
In the second segment (minutes 29:20), Michele Musacchio speaks this time as an affiliate of Transforming Justice Orange County, about COVID-19 spreading in our local jails, as it spreads in jails throughout the country. Among the links offered in the interview are: https://www.transformingjusticeoc.org, https://www.ocsd.org/about_ocsd/covid_19, https://www.aclusocal.org/en/press-releases/aclu-sues-oc-sheriff-over-jail-conditions-during-pandemic, and https://www.change.org/p/orange-county-sheriff-s-department-demand-that-orange-county-jails-release-people-and-prevent-the-spread-of-covid-19?recruiter=20796092&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition&utm_term=share_petition.