We know the disruptive effects of the COVID-19 global health pandemic has been raising a lot of questions about the way we live. Over the next several weeks, Credit Hour plans to share the perspectives of USD experts in hopes they can shed light on this situation and the path forward.
On this episode of Credit Hour, Dr. Leah Prestbo, a USD graduate and family medicine practitioner in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, discusses her firsthand experience as not only a physician in the pandemic but also as a COVID-19 patient.
On this episode of Credit Hour, Matthew Heard, M.B.A., an instructor at the Beacom School of Business, explains how to manage cash flow for small businesses during COVID-19.
Credit Hour interviews Susan Strobel, M.P.H., D.N.P., an assistant professor of public health at USD, to better understand viral hotspots during a pandemic.
On this episode of Credit Hour, we sat down with Dr. Kevin Cwach, a USD alumnus, to talk about his work on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and his experience working the ICU in Long Island, New York.
Credit Hour interviews Kari Oyen, a licensed psychologist and an assistant professor of school psychology at USD, about maintaining mental and emotional wellness during a crisis situation.
On this episode of Credit Hour, we speak with Wayne Kindle, Ed.D., superintendent of the Yankton School District, to learn how schools are managing the transition to remote learning.
Credit Hour speaks with Kathryn Birkeland, Ph.D., associate professor of economics, who analyzes how COVID-19 is affecting the economy - locally, nationally and globally.
On this episode of Credit Hour, Victor Huber, Ph.D, USD's associate professor of basic biomedical sciences, helps us understand COVID-19 from an expert's perspective.