The Hawaiʻi Pandemic Applied Modeling (HiPAM) Workgroup is featured in the University of Hawaiʻi’s research magazine – 2022 Issue of Noelo. Check it out now: https://research.hawaii.edu/noelo/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2022/08/Noelo-2022.pdf.
During the Hawaii Book & Music Festival, Dr. Victoria Fan shared why health data systems are hard and why data visualizations are essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://youtu.be/7QT6i_JKsF0
The Hawaii State Senate Special Committee met with Dr. Victoria Fan, Professor Chyba and Professor Blamey to present a forecast of COVID-19 data and to discuss policy interventions on COVID-19 transmissions on September 3, 2021. https://youtu.be/2rSaT74mFzo
Dr. Victoria Fan joined the East-West Center to discuss the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and the health of our planet. https://youtu.be/wOFJ6wwe0zI
At the Kokua Council Meeting on January 25, 2021, Dr. Victoria Fan presented about the Hawaii Pandemic Applied Modeling Work Group (HiPAM), COVID-19 updates and data. https://youtu.be/Fk4NtkR3plo
In a breakout session during the 2020 Homelessness Awareness Virtual Conference, Dr. Victoria Fan and other Department of Health professionals gathered to discuss how to find opportunities in a crisis. https://youtu.be/YnkmbZLf_e8
The Hawaii State Senate Special Committee met with Dr. Victoria Fan and leaders from the Department of Health to highlight a new data-sharing dashboard on September 11, 2020. https://youtu.be/bwVWYCflfRI
On July 30, 2020, Honolulu Civil Beat hosted The Hawaii Variable, an online event that discussed data that could influence policy makers in Hawaii featuring PHAC director Victoria Fan. https://youtu.be/hcdziKSOq28