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MG老虎机2020选举问题专家

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MG老虎机的专家可以提供有关2020年选举,这将影响选举进程的关键问题的见解。下面,MG老虎机的教师分享他们的话题从政治到医疗经济学,种族和社会知识。

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特丽·博耶,EDD,创始董事,安妮·威尔士麦克纳尔蒂妇女协会的领导;副教授,教育和咨询 讨论了如何性别影响选民如何看待候选人,以及如何卡马拉哈里斯的‘野心’并不总是被视为由选民积极的属性。

亚光kerbel,博士, 在MG老虎机的政治学教授,详细说明了实现民主的多数在参议院所需的席位。

亚光kerbel,博士, 在MG老虎机的政治学教授,概述了在选举由于缺少面对面道岔操作和选举结果不被大众所接受的可能性,潜在的问题..

亚光kerbel博士在MG老虎机的政治学教授,详细介绍超partisianship及其后果的目前的气候。

戴维·巴雷特博士在MG老虎机的政治学教授,讨论总统特朗普与军方以及它将如何影响即将举行的选举关系。

 

 

 

卡米尔比尔格,博士,政治学副教授, 讨论了在2020年的选举中面临游击队情绪的范围。

 

 

卡米尔比尔格,博士,政治学副教授, 讨论民主党潜在选民极其广泛基地获得支持的需要。 

戴维·巴雷特博士在MG老虎机的政治学教授,讨论总统王牌与情报机构的关系,以及如何让他从任何其他当代的总统不同。

 

aronte贝内特博士,市场营销和商业法副教授, 讨论总统王牌的Twitter活动是如何跟随英雄的旅程叙述。

贾森·豪尔,在公共利益阿尔伯特LePage公司历史中心主任, 关于竞争的叙述,我们在拜登和唐纳德·特朗普的总统竞选看会谈。 

特丽·博耶,EDD,创始董事,安妮·威尔士麦克纳尔蒂妇女协会的领导;副教授,教育和咨询 讨论主要的不公平和裂缝公共政策(劳动力,保育,教育,医疗)是不成比例的影响,妇女和bipoc(黑色,土著人,有色人种)。

Aronte Bennett, PhD, associate professor of marketing & business law, 看着多样化的2020候选人游泳池和分析鸣叫,看看他们是如何看待和讨论。

aronte贝内特博士,市场营销和商业法副教授, 她会谈研究政客们如何看待作为品牌或人,不论他们是否被视为是温暖或主管的因素是否对他们个人的选民。

戴维·巴雷特博士,政治学教授,讨论总统的王牌后,他covid-19诊断照片老年退休金计划有更多的国家安全或他的竞选连任的影响。

戴维·巴雷特博士,政治学教授,讨论通过总统的健康问题和美国人民是否拥有该信息的权利。

卡米尔比尔格,博士,政治学副教授, 讨论了在2020年的选举中面临种族和少数族裔的情绪。

Jonathan Doh, PhD, Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business, discusses the transition from NAFTA to USMCA in the Trump administration.

Joseph Comber, PhD, an Associate Teaching Professor of Biology with expertise in public health, vaccines and immunology discusses the role of the federal government in educating the public about scientific myths vs. facts.

Donna S. Havens, PhD, RN, FAAN, Connelly Endowed Dean and Professor of the M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing, is a health systems researcher who studies how healthcare is delivered, financed, organized, and what its outcomes are.

What keeps me up at night is how people are going to be able to pay for healthcare. And I’m very, very concerned about the state of things for the elderly.

As a public health nurse years ago, I would see, and I think it’s gotten worse, people not take their blood pressure medicine until the day they knew I was coming to take their blood pressure, because they knew they couldn’t afford to renew their prescriptions as they were supposed to, so they would wait and spread it out. And I’m hearing anecdotally that the same thing is happening today and it may even be worse, that they may have to pay for food for the family and can’t afford the prescriptions or their rent.

I’m worried about access, meaning how easy it is for people to obtain the healthcare they need. Part of that is related to payment, part of that is related to where you live. In the rural areas there are fewer healthcare providers, and I’ve learned from my research that it’s not uncommon to have one primary care physician in a rural town who works until 4:30 on a Friday afternoon, which means patients have to go to the ER and that’s going to cost many, many times more than a simple appointment. One way to help alleviate this and to increase access is to allow nurse practitioners to more fully practice to the top of their licenses. They are educated to provide primary care -- not perform open heart surgery -- but they could help alleviate the strain. And the more competent health providers you have in any area, the more people will be able to access the care they need.

Another thing I’m concerned about because of the pandemic and access, is that people are not following up on healthcare appointments, they’re re not getting the tests they need. For instance, mammograms are down 70%. People are postponing because they’re afraid to go to a physician's /nurse practitioner’s office or to go into a healthcare setting. They're afraid of getting sick or being exposed.

We need to look to other countries and how they’re doing healthcare. The U.S. is one of the most highly developed nations in the world, and we have the highest costs for healthcare, but we do not have the best outcomes, we’re in the middle. There are some other countries where people’s care is taken care of by the government or through some other mechanisms, they have better outcomes than we do in terms of children, adults and the aging. Their hospitals may be old but they do have state-of-the-art equipment and technology.  I personally evaluated two healthcare systems, one in the UK and one in Ireland, both of which delivered outstanding care. Their infection rates were low, and patients are not paying for what we’re paying for. They’re not getting the Cadillac,  they don’t want the Cadillac. But they want quality, and in my opinion they were getting quality.

Joseph Comber, PhD, an Associate Teaching Professor of Biology with expertise in public health, vaccines and immunology discusses the steps the next administration must take to help the U.S. recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Joseph Comber, PhD, an Associate Teaching Professor of Biology with expertise in public health, vaccines and immunology discusses why science has become a partisan issue.

Joseph Comber, PhD, an Associate Teaching Professor of Biology with expertise in public health, vaccines and immunology discusses the efficacy of the Trump administration's coronavirus pandemic response.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses a hopeful future if climate change is addressed at the federal level in the United States.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses democratic president candidate Joe Biden's plan to address climate change if elected president.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses what the consequences for the U.S. and the world will be if the next administration does not take legal action to mitigate climate change.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses how climate change and justice are linked.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses republican incumbent Donald Trump's plan to address climate change if re-elected.

Samantha Chapman, PhD, a Professor of Biology with expertise in global climate change, coastal ecosystems and invasive plant species discusses the importance of the U.S's involvement in the Paris Agreement, and what each candidate has said they will do regarding it, if elected.