Health Citizenship: How a virus opened hearts and minds
Health Citizenship: How a virus opened hearts and minds
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The COVID-19 pandemic was a shock to Americans across every aspect of living in the U.S.: in addition to physical health, the Great Lockdown that had the primary goal of stopping the virus's spread depressed the national economy, changed peoples' daily activities, and led to a decline in mental and behavioral health. In this book, Jane connects the dots between COVID-19's impacts on consumers, the health care system, health equity and disparities, and the growing recognition of peoples' need for health citizenship: access to health care, digital/data rights and privacy, trust in institutions and science, and a social contract for health. In the wake of the pandemic, part of that social contract is love, translated into wearing a mask and supporting health and well-being for all.