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Spring 2022 COVID-19 Update

January 7, 2022

The University of Toledo continues to monitor the prevalence of COVID-19, including the highly contagious omicron variant, and remains committed to keeping our campus community safe during this pandemic.


Prone Positioning Improves Survival in Hospitalized COVID Patients, UToledo Study Confirms

December 15, 2021

The published study of non-intubated patients provides validation of a widespread practice in COVID units as a way to improve oxygen uptake and clinical outcomes.


UToledo Outlines COVID Testing Plans, Availability for Winter Break

December 14, 2021

Symptom-free faculty staff and students who wish to be tested for COVID-19 ahead of winter break can request a free rapid antigen test through Dec. 22.


Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

December 1, 2021

A pair of federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates that would apply to all employees and students in clinical programs at UToledo have been temporarily halted as they are challenged in federal court.


UToledo Scientists Studying COVID Vaccine Response in Organ Recipients

November 23, 2021

Studies have shown that some immunosuppressed patients develop a robust antibody response. Others develop no response at all. The University of Toledo researchers want to know why.


University Updates COVID-19 Exemption Process to Comply with Federal Rules 

November 23, 2021

Because of new, more stringent COVID-19 vaccination requirements from the federal government, UToledo will no longer be permitted to allow philosophical exemptions for any employee or for student learners in healthcare settings. 


Emotional Intelligence Proves Significant to Remote Leadership in a Crisis

November 19, 2021

Dr. Jenell Wittmer, associate professor of management, and Dr. Margaret Hopkins, professor of management, co-authored the new study, "Leading Remotely in a Time of Crisis: Relationships with Emotional Intelligence.”


Worried about COVID Vaccine Side Effects? Thinking About It Raises Chance You Feel Them

November 9, 2021

Dr. Andrew Geers, professor of psychology, discusses his research detailing a link between the side effects people expected from COVID-19 vaccination and those they actually experienced.


Your Expectations Could Shape Your Odds for Vaccine Side Effects

November 9, 2021

Dr. Andrew Geers, professor of psychology, discusses his research detailing a link between the side effects people expected from COVID-19 vaccination and those they actually experienced.


Expectation Shapes Reality: Psychological Factors Predict COVID Vaccine Side Effects

November 5, 2021

Dr. Andrew Geers, UToledo professor of psychology, led research that found people who expected common side effects following vaccination against COVID-19 were much more likely to experience those negative reactions than people who did not anticipate them.


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