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Listening to Young People Could Help Reduce Pandemic-Related Harms to Children

June 2, 2022

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Presented by The Conversation

As the pandemic enters the third year, there is a greater focus on its effect on the health and development of children and adolescents. In an article for The Conversation, Tammy Chang, associate professor of family medicine at Michigan Medicine, explores the pandemic’s impacts on children. In collaboration with her co-author Jonathan Todres, a law professor from Georgia State University, Chang discusses the importance of engaging young people and their perspectives in policymaking. The faculty experts explain why consulting with children matters and how parents and adults can partner with children to create more effective policies.

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