Morbidity and Mortality Podcast

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Morbidity and Mortality is a bi-weekly podcast on public health. Hear from world experts on infectious and emerging diseases, including public health practitioners. Currently focused on COVID-19, we'll try to help you understand the latest science on coronavirus pandemic and other important public health issues. Hosted by Dr. Uzoma Nduka, epidemiologist and author who has written, published and presented research outcomes in both local and international peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Entire world is at a precipice! Our entire lives have changed irretrievably and there's great need for us to understand the science behind this virus so we can continue to live a healthy life and, possibly, return to normal, if indeed we will. Follow us on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and email us your questions via uzzi.nduka@gmail.com. You will certainly hear from us.

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Podcast Details

Created by
Dr. Uzo
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jul 21st, 2020
Latest Episode
Sep 14th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
21
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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