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    December 12, 2022

    Queen's In The News Monday, December 12, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Aiken, Sharry
    • Law
    Canadian Press : Pandemic, slower U.S. migration see Canada closing workforce gap
    Professor Aiken says Canada is seeing an increase in permeant residents, while the United States struggles to meet pre-pandemic immigration numbers.
    Archer, Stephen
    • School of Medicine
    • Medicine
    • Division of Cardiology
    CTV National Network News: Moral distress in Canadian hospitals
    Dr. Archer explains how doctors are becoming more burned out due to staffing shortages and increasing COVID case counts.
    Evans, Gerald
    • School of Medicine
    • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
    • Medicine
    • Division of Infectious Diseases
    • Pathology and Molecular Medicine
    Kingston Whig-Standard: Flu virus keeping COVID-19 cases at bay for now, infectious disease expert says
    CBC Radio (Ottawa): Flu shot hesitancy
    CBC Online: Slow flu shot uptake concerns health experts ahead of holidays
    Dr. Evans says high rates of influenza may cause rates of COVID infections to drop.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    Global News: Canada and the Emergency Act
    CJBK 1290 London: Attempt to overthrow the German government.
    Dr. Leuprecht compares the recent attempt to overthrow the German government with the January 6 insurrection in the United States.
    Mabee, Warren
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    • School of Policy Studies
    Toronto Star: Fabulous fungi: This Canadian startup is growing a sustainable alternative to leather
    Toronto Sun
    Dr. Mabee predicts it will be difficult to ramp up mushroom leather to an industrial scale.
    Danielle McNabb
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    YGK news: Convictions remain rare when police are accused of sexual assault
    In this republished op-ed, doctoral candidate Danielle McNabb says when an allegation of sexual assault is made against a police officer, they are rarely convicted.
    Pickett, William L
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Public Health Sciences
    CBC Radio: How school-aged children are responding to the pandemic
    Dr. Pickett speaks to a national survey which aims to understand how young people are handling the pandemic.
    Sari van Anders
    • Arts and Science
    • Gender Studies
    • Psychology
    • Health Sciences
    • Centre for Neuroscience Studies
    Vice Canada: New Study Shows 'Man-Children' Are Destroying Women's Sex Drives
    Dr. van Anders describes the link between gender roles in the house and sexual activity.
    von Hlatky, Stefanie
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    • Centre for International and Defence Policy
    Canadian Press : Military received 2,400 applications from permanent residents in November
    Dr. von Hlatky discusses the administrative backlog preventing applications to the Canadian Armed Forces from being processed.

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