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KCBS Radio In Depth

Latest Episodes

What Has the Lockdown Accomplished?

It’s been a long slow journey, but it’s looking a lot like the Bay Area has indeed managed to bend the curve on this pandemic, but the question now is, what’s going to happen as we begin to reopen? On this edition of KCBS In Depth we consider the work that's been done to step up preparedness since the lockdown began -- from boosting hospital capacity, to buying up protective gear, to expanding testing and tracing -- and then ask how far that effort has gone toward making us safer. Guests: Dr. John Swartzberg, emeritus professor of public health at UC, Berkeley’s Division of Infectious Disease Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Host:Keith Menconi

28 MIN6 d ago
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What Has the Lockdown Accomplished?

Crisis and Community in San Francisco's Bayview

On this edition of KCBS In Depth we focus on just one corner of the Bay Area: San Francisco’s Bayview District, which has been among the city’s hardest hit by the virus, but with a strong network of community groups already present before the pandemic began, it’s also been the site of a whirlwind of organizing and outreach. We speak with the community leaders behind that work to find out what it's taken to meet the needs of their community during this trying time. Guests: Shamann Walton, San Francisco Supervisor whose district includes the Bayview and Hunters Point neighborhoods Joi Jackson-Morgan, executive director, 3rd Street Youth Center and Clinic Kristin Houk, owner and operator of three restaurants in Bayview, All Good Pizza, Tato, and Cafe Alma Hosts:Keith Menconi, Melissa Culross

27 MIN1 w ago
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Crisis and Community in San Francisco's Bayview

What It Will Take To Reopen Safely

For nearly two months now life here in the Bay Area has been kept to a near standstill, but this time is being used in important ways. Even as most residents shelter-in-place at home, armies of health workers and medical professionals are hard at work, helping to prepare the region for the day when the lockdown is lifted. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we discuss that work and why health officials say to reopen safely a lot more of it still needs to be done. Then in the second half of the program we take a deep dive into just one of the major efforts underway: contact tracing. We'll hear what it is and why state officials are racing to train thousands of workers to make it happen. Guests: Dr. Sara Cody, Santa Clara County health officer Dr. George Rutherford, professor of epidemiology at UC San Francisco Host: Keith Menconi

29 MIN2 w ago
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What It Will Take To Reopen Safely

The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?

We’ve had a few months now to get to know this new coronavirusand because it is so new there’s been a lot to learn -how it infects new people, how it changes over time, just how deadly it might be.On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we check in with some of the Bay Area scientists who have been studying this pandemic to hear from them what they’ve managed to learn so far. Guests: Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, chief of infectious diseases at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and professor of epidemiology at Stanford's School of Medicine Dr. Marm Kilpatrick, who studies infectious diseases at UC Santa Cruz’s Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Host: Keith Menconi

54 MINMAY 2
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The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?

Sheltering the Homeless During a Pandemic: How Fast Is Fast Enough?

Since the pandemic began, the Bay Area has been racing to protect one of its most vulnerable populations: the homeless. And a lot of work has already been done -- hotel rooms have been opened, tests have been administered, shelters have stepped up social distancing -- but in the face of historic risks, will these efforts be enough? On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we speak with one researcher who has applied some science to that question, and has some major concerns about the current pace of change. But speed isn't everything, and in the second half of the program, we also hear from an advocate warning of dire consequences for those placed in emergency shelters if authorities fail to also provide adequate services and support. Guests: Coco Auerswald, community health science professor at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health Sam Cobbs, chief executive officer of Tipping Point Community Host: Keith Menconi

33 MINAPR 25
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Sheltering the Homeless During a Pandemic: How Fast Is Fast Enough?

Love Stories Get Complicated During Coronavirus Lockdown

Even if there may be a glimmer of light at the end of this coronavirus tunnel, the lockdown is still causing massive disruptions, and for those just on the cusp of major life events the timing couldn’t have been worse. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we speak with a Bay Area wedding planner about how soon-to-be brides and grooms are dealing with these challenges, and also how the rest of us planning lesser events can cope as well. Then later in the program: Believe it or not, even with the lock down in place, dating sites are seeing a surge in popularity. We speak with a San Francisco matchmaker about the brave new world of socially-distanced dating as the lockdown forces date-night into the virtual world. Guests: Mary Hughes, KCBS Radio production assistant Lally Clark, the owner of Lally Events, a Bay Area wedding and event planning company Courtney Kay, San Francisco-based matchmaker and dating coach Host: Keith Menconi

28 MINAPR 11
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Love Stories Get Complicated During Coronavirus Lockdown

Feeling Coronavirus Stress? Here's What to Do About It.

With the coronavirus continuing to spread it seems every day there’s something new to worry about -- new outbreaks, new restrictions, new layoffs -- so for many of us meeting this moment also means learning to manage our own stress and anxiety. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we hear from a stress and anxiety expert about how we can all better cope in these trying times. Then later in the program, we discuss how Bay Area residents are confronting the other scourge of mental well being during this lockdown, isolation and loneliness. Guests: Dr. Jonathan Horowitz, a clinical psychologist and the director of the San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center Cathy Michalec, executive director of Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly, San Francisco Host: Keith Menconi

27 MINAPR 4
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Feeling Coronavirus Stress? Here's What to Do About It.

Staying Safe During a Pandemic

There’s been a lot of new lessons to learn for Bay Area residents since we began life on coronavirus lockdown, but one lesson that could still use some more work it seems would be how to socially distance properly. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we discuss why some of our social distancing hasn’t gone far enough and how we can do it better. Then in the second half of the program, since we are going to be spending so much more time in our homes, we hear from an infectious disease specialist to get expert cleaning advice on how to keep those homes safe and virus free. Guests: Carolyn Cannuscio, a social epidemiologist and the director of research at the Center for Public Health Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania Annelys Roque Gardner, a clinical fellow of infectious diseases at UC San Francisco Host:Keith Menconi

28 MINAPR 1
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Staying Safe During a Pandemic

Amid Coronavirus Chaos, What Can Be Done to Help?

As the coronavirus pandemic causes unprecedented disruption and economic dislocation, Bay Area residents throughout the regions are searching for ways to help those in need. On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we hear about the profound challenges facing many -- as businesses shutter and daily life shuts down -- as well as the many ways people are finding to offer support. Guests: Leslie Bacho, CEO, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley Jennifer Friedenbach, executive director, Coalition on Homelessness in San Francisco Dalia Rawson, director, New Ballet in San Jose Host: Keith Menconi

27 MINMAR 22
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Amid Coronavirus Chaos, What Can Be Done to Help?

How Far Should the Coronavirus Shutdown Go?

From school closures to suspended sports seasons, this is the week that for many Bay Area residents the coronavirus outbreak went from just another story on the news to a fact of life. On this editions of KCBS In Depth, we review the many difficult decisions that have been made so far, and consider were we might be headed next. Guests: Dr. John Swartzberg, emeritus professor of Public Health at UC, Berkeley’s Division of Infectious Disease Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, professor of medicine and public health at UCLA Host:Keith Menconi

27 MINMAR 14
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How Far Should the Coronavirus Shutdown Go?

Latest Episodes

What Has the Lockdown Accomplished?

It’s been a long slow journey, but it’s looking a lot like the Bay Area has indeed managed to bend the curve on this pandemic, but the question now is, what’s going to happen as we begin to reopen? On this edition of KCBS In Depth we consider the work that's been done to step up preparedness since the lockdown began -- from boosting hospital capacity, to buying up protective gear, to expanding testing and tracing -- and then ask how far that effort has gone toward making us safer. Guests: Dr. John Swartzberg, emeritus professor of public health at UC, Berkeley’s Division of Infectious Disease Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Host:Keith Menconi

28 MIN6 d ago
Comments
What Has the Lockdown Accomplished?

Crisis and Community in San Francisco's Bayview

On this edition of KCBS In Depth we focus on just one corner of the Bay Area: San Francisco’s Bayview District, which has been among the city’s hardest hit by the virus, but with a strong network of community groups already present before the pandemic began, it’s also been the site of a whirlwind of organizing and outreach. We speak with the community leaders behind that work to find out what it's taken to meet the needs of their community during this trying time. Guests: Shamann Walton, San Francisco Supervisor whose district includes the Bayview and Hunters Point neighborhoods Joi Jackson-Morgan, executive director, 3rd Street Youth Center and Clinic Kristin Houk, owner and operator of three restaurants in Bayview, All Good Pizza, Tato, and Cafe Alma Hosts:Keith Menconi, Melissa Culross

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Crisis and Community in San Francisco's Bayview

What It Will Take To Reopen Safely

For nearly two months now life here in the Bay Area has been kept to a near standstill, but this time is being used in important ways. Even as most residents shelter-in-place at home, armies of health workers and medical professionals are hard at work, helping to prepare the region for the day when the lockdown is lifted. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we discuss that work and why health officials say to reopen safely a lot more of it still needs to be done. Then in the second half of the program we take a deep dive into just one of the major efforts underway: contact tracing. We'll hear what it is and why state officials are racing to train thousands of workers to make it happen. Guests: Dr. Sara Cody, Santa Clara County health officer Dr. George Rutherford, professor of epidemiology at UC San Francisco Host: Keith Menconi

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What It Will Take To Reopen Safely

The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?

We’ve had a few months now to get to know this new coronavirusand because it is so new there’s been a lot to learn -how it infects new people, how it changes over time, just how deadly it might be.On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we check in with some of the Bay Area scientists who have been studying this pandemic to hear from them what they’ve managed to learn so far. Guests: Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, chief of infectious diseases at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and professor of epidemiology at Stanford's School of Medicine Dr. Marm Kilpatrick, who studies infectious diseases at UC Santa Cruz’s Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Host: Keith Menconi

54 MINMAY 2
Comments
The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?

Sheltering the Homeless During a Pandemic: How Fast Is Fast Enough?

Since the pandemic began, the Bay Area has been racing to protect one of its most vulnerable populations: the homeless. And a lot of work has already been done -- hotel rooms have been opened, tests have been administered, shelters have stepped up social distancing -- but in the face of historic risks, will these efforts be enough? On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we speak with one researcher who has applied some science to that question, and has some major concerns about the current pace of change. But speed isn't everything, and in the second half of the program, we also hear from an advocate warning of dire consequences for those placed in emergency shelters if authorities fail to also provide adequate services and support. Guests: Coco Auerswald, community health science professor at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health Sam Cobbs, chief executive officer of Tipping Point Community Host: Keith Menconi

33 MINAPR 25
Comments
Sheltering the Homeless During a Pandemic: How Fast Is Fast Enough?

Love Stories Get Complicated During Coronavirus Lockdown

Even if there may be a glimmer of light at the end of this coronavirus tunnel, the lockdown is still causing massive disruptions, and for those just on the cusp of major life events the timing couldn’t have been worse. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we speak with a Bay Area wedding planner about how soon-to-be brides and grooms are dealing with these challenges, and also how the rest of us planning lesser events can cope as well. Then later in the program: Believe it or not, even with the lock down in place, dating sites are seeing a surge in popularity. We speak with a San Francisco matchmaker about the brave new world of socially-distanced dating as the lockdown forces date-night into the virtual world. Guests: Mary Hughes, KCBS Radio production assistant Lally Clark, the owner of Lally Events, a Bay Area wedding and event planning company Courtney Kay, San Francisco-based matchmaker and dating coach Host: Keith Menconi

28 MINAPR 11
Comments
Love Stories Get Complicated During Coronavirus Lockdown

Feeling Coronavirus Stress? Here's What to Do About It.

With the coronavirus continuing to spread it seems every day there’s something new to worry about -- new outbreaks, new restrictions, new layoffs -- so for many of us meeting this moment also means learning to manage our own stress and anxiety. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we hear from a stress and anxiety expert about how we can all better cope in these trying times. Then later in the program, we discuss how Bay Area residents are confronting the other scourge of mental well being during this lockdown, isolation and loneliness. Guests: Dr. Jonathan Horowitz, a clinical psychologist and the director of the San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center Cathy Michalec, executive director of Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly, San Francisco Host: Keith Menconi

27 MINAPR 4
Comments
Feeling Coronavirus Stress? Here's What to Do About It.

Staying Safe During a Pandemic

There’s been a lot of new lessons to learn for Bay Area residents since we began life on coronavirus lockdown, but one lesson that could still use some more work it seems would be how to socially distance properly. On this edition of KCBS In Depth we discuss why some of our social distancing hasn’t gone far enough and how we can do it better. Then in the second half of the program, since we are going to be spending so much more time in our homes, we hear from an infectious disease specialist to get expert cleaning advice on how to keep those homes safe and virus free. Guests: Carolyn Cannuscio, a social epidemiologist and the director of research at the Center for Public Health Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania Annelys Roque Gardner, a clinical fellow of infectious diseases at UC San Francisco Host:Keith Menconi

28 MINAPR 1
Comments
Staying Safe During a Pandemic

Amid Coronavirus Chaos, What Can Be Done to Help?

As the coronavirus pandemic causes unprecedented disruption and economic dislocation, Bay Area residents throughout the regions are searching for ways to help those in need. On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we hear about the profound challenges facing many -- as businesses shutter and daily life shuts down -- as well as the many ways people are finding to offer support. Guests: Leslie Bacho, CEO, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley Jennifer Friedenbach, executive director, Coalition on Homelessness in San Francisco Dalia Rawson, director, New Ballet in San Jose Host: Keith Menconi

27 MINMAR 22
Comments
Amid Coronavirus Chaos, What Can Be Done to Help?

How Far Should the Coronavirus Shutdown Go?

From school closures to suspended sports seasons, this is the week that for many Bay Area residents the coronavirus outbreak went from just another story on the news to a fact of life. On this editions of KCBS In Depth, we review the many difficult decisions that have been made so far, and consider were we might be headed next. Guests: Dr. John Swartzberg, emeritus professor of Public Health at UC, Berkeley’s Division of Infectious Disease Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, professor of medicine and public health at UCLA Host:Keith Menconi

27 MINMAR 14
Comments
How Far Should the Coronavirus Shutdown Go?
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