Policy Evaluation in the Era of COVID-19

Wednesday, December 6, 2023 10:00to12:00

“Did evaluation meet the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis?”...

Le monde d’après:Les conséquences de la COVID-19 sur les relations internationales | PUM

Published: 31 October 2023

October 27, 2023 | COVID-19 triggered the biggest global crisis of the 21st century. For some, the repercussions were swift and dramatic, with the pandemic pushing tens of millions of people into...

How Canadians' lifestyle behaviours changed during the COVID-19 pandemic

Published: 26 May 2023

Sixty per cent of roughly 1,600 Canadians who took part in a new McGill University study say their lifestyle habits either stayed the same or improved during the COVID-19 pandemic. On the flip side...

Experts: COVID-19 pandemic no longer a 'global health emergency' according to WHO

Published: 12 May 2023

The World Health Organization (WHO) has ended the global COVID-19 emergency, citing increased immunity, fewer deaths and less pressure on hospitals. The pandemic, which was first declared an...

Study sheds light on how the immune system protects the body

Published: 8 May 2023

First study of humans with a rare immunodeficiency reveals how the immune system protects the body against pathogens known to cause serious diseases, such as tuberculosis and COVID-19. The research...

How COVID-19 changed our grocery habits

Published: 11 January 2023

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: 6 December 2022

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: 11 November 2022

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. 


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