Myth vs. Fact, Online Courses, Books for Black History, #MaskUp
If You Have Already Recovered from COVID-19, Do You Need the Vaccine?
In the latest installment of the “Myth vs. Fact” video series, Dr. Cameron Wolfe, a Duke Health infectious disease specialist, explains why people who have had COVID-19, should get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Sharpen the Saw with Online Courses
Learning and Organization Development is offering a host of online classes in February to help you and your staff enhance your professional skills. Classes range from Public Speaking and Situational Leadership to Navigating Challenging Personalities and Keys to Supervisory Success. Find the full list of classes for February and the rest of the semester on the Human Resources website.
10 Duke-Authored Books for Black History Month
Reading is the perfect activity during this pandemic winter. If you need a good book this month, check out one of these 10 selections on Black life in America from one of Duke’s own distinguished authors.
Mask Up: Stop the Spread of COVID-19
The data is in – wearing a mask saves lives. According to the CDC, if everyone wears a mask, over the next 4-8 weeks we could drastically reduce cases of COVID-19. So even if you feel fine, #MaskUp to protect yourself and those around you. Members of the Duke community can also obtain disposable masks from the surveillance testing sites on campus, if they wish to double mask.