A new study explores how individuals coped with stressful life events experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic and which strategies were associated with better quality of life.
A number of Lehigh faculty have joined in publishing a study in Healthcare that provides “nuanced insights into individuals’ access to health services during the pandemic.”
Wakeel discusses how to frame population health disparities during the pandemic using maternal and child health epidemiological approaches.
Wakeel assumed her new role Sept. 1.
Wakeel seeks to identify the internal and social protective factors that help women cope with stress during pregnancy.