Dr Ashish K. Jha

Dr Ashish K. Jha

Total 13 Posts
  • Providence, RI, USA.
Physician, health policy researcher. Dean of the School of Public Health, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Brown University, Rhode Island.

Why the Covid-19 UK variant is so concerning.

4 min read
Infections in the US down about 50%. Hospitalizations down about 33%. Vaccines plentiful by late spring. All good news, right? But on the road to recovery, we still have a few bumps ahead. A big one is B117 – the Covid-19 UK variant. Here is why it is so concerning.

Feeling pessimistic about COVID and 2021? Don’t!

2 min read
Dr Jha is not at all pessimistic about COVID and 2021. Here is why.

The nightmare scenario of a never-ending pandemic.

3 min read
Let’s talk about where Covid-19 variants are coming from and under what circumstances, and how we can prevent a nightmare scenario of a never-ending pandemic.

Covid-19 vaccine distribution – When perfect is the enemy of good.

2 min read
On why the processes and policies to distribute coronavirus vaccines must be improved and everything should be done to get them into people’s arms to prevent their waste and save lives.

Things are very concerning with the pandemic.

2 min read
Not just vaccine distribution but the outbreak itself. It is bad.

The terrifying nuance and complexity behind COVID-19 numbers.

4 min read
Hospitalizations are not a static thing. This is what happens when public healthcare cannot cope with every patient and only the very sickest get a bed.

Scott Atlas’ resignation comes not a moment too soon.

2 min read
Why the United States is better off as a nation without Dr Scott Atlas involved in public health policy, Dr Ashish K. Jha argues.
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