Sponsored by the Randall W. Lewis Family Foundation
Additional contribution by Union Bank
The SoCal Transformation Database is a centralized digital repository for the Southern California region to easily access a diverse variety of expert intelligence on areas of pertinence to the long term reinvention of our region post pandemic times. Creative ideas and best practices from both the public and private sectors will be available for free to best prepare our communities to save lives and jobs when the next crisis occurs.
Community groups, businesses, public agencies, schools, economists, and philanthropic organizations may take advantage of the relevant research available on programs, initiatives, articles, white papers, webinars, websites, forums and videos. These resources will make it easier to research, store, display, share and deliver information to civic, academic and economic leaders.
To submit a URL or upload a document for submission to the database, contact Christopher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expert Insights on COVID-19 with Elsevier
In this podcast series brought to you by Elsevier, experts share their invaluable insights into the mode of transmission and pathophysiology of the COVID-19 virus. As well as how medical informatics and telemedicine are used to manage the pandemic, and best practices in emergency nursing crisis preparedness.
Independent and Interwoven: A Qualitative Exploration of Residents’ Experiences With Educational Podcasts
Educational podcasts are an increasingly popular platform for teaching and learning in health professions education.
Pandemic, wildfires, scorching heat: How to help our children cope
In an online discussion hosted by CalMatters, three prominent child health experts offered suggestions for families struggling with the multiple crises confronting the state and nation.
Cal State in the COVID era: No tuition cuts, 4 other takeaways from chancellor chat
In a virtual town hall event hosted by CalMatters, Cal State Chancellor Tim White answered questions about COVID-19 testing, tuition, faculty preparedness, and more.
Former Senator Martha Escutia on How to Close the Digital Divide
From telehealth to online schooling, COVID has made high-speed internet access more critical than ever. Yet 1 out of every 8 households in California still lacks broadband. Former State Senator Martha Escutia discusses how to close the digital divide.
Los Angeles World Affairs Council & Town Hall YouTube Channel
Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Rourke on practicing primary care over the Internet during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elizabeth Rourke is an internal medicine physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal.
Cautionary Tales That Turn To Pascagoula
For years, people had warned that New Orleans was vulnerable - but when a hurricane came close to destroying the city, the reaction was muted. Some people took the near miss as a warning - others, as confirmation that there was nothing to worry about.
Podcast: Why California’s housing market isn’t tanking
It’s the worst economy since the Great Depression. Nearly 1 in every 6 California workers is out of a job, and those lucky enough to remain employed confront reduced hours, slimmed wages and mounting uncertainty over what the next few months will bring.
NHMA COVID-19 Virtual Briefing Series
Join NHMA and its partners for its first virtual briefing series on COVID-19. Briefings will address lessons learned by physicians and healthcare providers from the COVID-19 pandemic on managing chronic care patients, mental health, the future of healthcare delivery, and elderly issues and terminal illness planning.
COVID-19 in school settings: webinar aimed at both teachers and educators.
In the COVID-19 era, we designed the webinar "COVID-19: instructions for use" with the aim of providing clear and actionable information to school staff about the characteristics of the disease, the preventive measures to adopt and the path for early detection and control of COVID-19 in primary schools of Modena province.
Civitas LA is a podcast about the diverse people of the greater Los Angeles region who are making a difference in the lives of their communities and working to build a better region.
California Public Utilities Commission Sponsored FCC Staff Webcast on the Release of the Digital Rural Opportunity Fund – significant funding released for closing the digital divide
CPUC Sponsored FCC Staff Webcast on Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF)
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Evaluating webinar-based training: a mixed methods study of trainee reactions toward digital web conferencing
What are the reactions of training participants toward digital webinar-based training programs? Webinars are digital tools to deliver training and education through synchronous audiovisual communication among remotely located training instructors and participants.
CIDRAP COVID-19 Podcasts and Webinars
Relevant webinars and audio podcasts by subject matter experts. Each focuses on a specific area of interest within the topic of COVID-19.
American Society of Safety Professionals Webinars
California Association of Realtors Market Update Videos