Can Netflix Be Used as a Public Health Intervention?

Netflix is the world’s most popular streaming provider, with more than 165 million hours watched every year worldwide. While most content intends to entertain viewers in the form of scripted series, movies, and reality shows, Netflix also provides a broad offering of documentaries and educational content that encourage learning. In terms…

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Can Netflix Be Used as a Public Health Intervention?
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COVID-19 & Implications for Behavioral Health Providers in Unprecedented Times

Acknowledgments: This piece was written by Kim Hazel of Circle Social Inc, a national marketing and consulting firm for behavioral health that works to provide actionable insights for both patients and providers in order to improve addiction treatment and behavioral health outcomes across the US. An Unprecedented Time There is…

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COVID-19 & Implications for Behavioral Health Providers in Unprecedented Times
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Hobbies and graduate student life: Not inherently incompatible

Creativity is necessary for all parts of life. As a classics professor of mine used to like saying, “the humanities are what make us human.”((University of Maryland Department of Classics. (n.d.). Retrieved October 29, 2019, from https://classics.umd.edu/users/gstaley )) If prompted, he would expound at length on discussions of art, writing,…

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Hobbies and graduate student life: Not inherently incompatible
A Ballerina of the Hathaway Academy of Ballet, photo by David R. Tribble and licensed under CC. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ballet-Ballerina-1843.jpg

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