covid-19

How COVID-19 changed our grocery habits

Published: 11Jan2023

To better understand food-related decisions during the pandemic, a team of McGill researchers, including School of Human Nutrition Professor Daiva Nielsen and postdoctoral fellow Katherine Labonté,...

What AI-generated COVID news tells us that journalists don’t

Published: 6Dec2022

AI can help identify biases in news reporting that we wouldn't otherwise see. Researchers from McGill University got a computer program to generate news coverage of COVID-19 using headlines from...

Andrew Potter: Trust, state capacity, and the meaning of ArriveCAN | The Line

Published: 11Nov2022

November 4, 2022 | "The crisis of state capacity can't be separated from the more general crisis of expertise and the legitimacy of the state and the rule of law." says Andrew Potter. 

COVID-19 reshaped the way we buy, prepare and consume food

Published: 2Nov2022

To better understand food-related decisions during the pandemic, our research team conducted an online survey among a sample of adults from the province of Québec. This survey spanned three...

Quebec study on long COVID seeking participants

Published: 2Nov2022

Find out more or sign up to participate through the study website: https://post-covid.quebec/en/home/ or by emailing: post-covid.mni [at] mcgill.ca

Quebec study on long COVID seeking participants

Published: 20Sep2022

Purpose is to understand post-COVID symptom evolution and impact on patients’ lives ...

Women, Peace, and Security and Increasing Gendered Risk in the Era of COVID-19: Insights from Nepal and Sri Lanka | Global Studies Quarterly

Published: 10Aug2022

August 10th, 2022 | In this article, Luna KC and Crystal Whetstone analyze the effects of COVID-19 on women and girls. It examines policy responses to the pandemic crisis and its implications on...

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