Melva Thompson-Robinson, Johanna E. Andrews, Tristesse Burton (all Center for Health Disparities Research) and Kristina Ricker-Boles (Public Health), along with colleagues at other institutions, have a book chapter published in Researching in the Age of COVID-19, Volume III: Creativity and Ethics. This book explores dimensions of creativity and ethics, highlighting their connectedness. Chapter 8 in this volume focuses on understanding stress and coping among persons of color in the U.S. amidst the age of COVID-19. This chapter highlights how a diverse group of researchers came together to conduct a national survey. Ricker-Boles is a doctoral candidate.
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