As part of History Associates' commitment to our clients and a global audience, we have engaged in media content development to share historical research, modern initiatives, and stories from the COVID-19 and previous pandemics. This content has taken the form of educational and fact-sharing blog posts, web archiving initiatives for our clients (including the National Institutes of Health), and COVID-19 response capture projects. This project is a blend of internal initiatives and external projects conducted on behalf of our clients across government and industry.
This work captures historical, longitudinal data that when translated properly can provide predictive data for future crisis mitigation. Much of this research also focuses on the societal impact of health crises, which is important to human-factor analysis.
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