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Qual, Quant, and Quarantine

Health events and outbreaks can happen at any time, and as we have seen with COVID-19, they can happen fast. In these situations, it is important for researchers conducting in-person data collection to consider their own health and safety, the possibility of becoming a vector for illness through their travels, and the health and safety of their participants. However, when a hea ...

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Coronavirus Added to the Long List of Threats to the Electoral Process

Election officials in states and localities across the country have always been aware of the need for preparedness. Managing the voting process by its very nature requires extensive preparation—choosing and staffing polling places, designing and printing ballots, building and maintaining voter lists, procuring and managing voting technology, etc.—but increasingly, the work of g ...

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How Fors Marsh Group Is Preparing Its Staff and Its Business for COVID-19

As a mission-driven certified B Corporation, Fors Marsh Group (FMG) works with clients across the country and the world to solve social, commercial, and health-related challenges. Our research, evaluation, and health communication experts are accustomed to tackling complex challenges, but we are grappling these days with the same question many companies are: What does it look l ...

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Three Ways to Empower Emergency Preparedness Programs at Your Organization

September’s a busy month for the staff at Fors Marsh Group (FMG)—whether it’s helping our federal clients wrap up activities at the end of the fiscal year, putting our data scientists’ expertise to the test to line up the best fantasy football team, or getting our families back into the school-year swing of things, we’re always on the go.  Amidst all of the hustle and bustle, t ...

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Coalition Building Creates More Resilient Communities

How can communities across the United States improve their disaster preparedness, response, and long-term recovery? This was a central question at the National Association of County and City Health Officials’ (NACCHO) Preparedness Summit. As the crises facing our nation change from year to year—including drug-resistant bacteria, rising sea levels, and the opioid epidemic—creati ...

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