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Clinical effectiveness in The New York Times: Did closing schools actually help?

Saturday The New York Times interviewed Mette Kalager and Michael Bretthauer in the article "Did closing schools actually help?" Read the article and find out.

Professors Mette Kalager and Michael Bretthauer at The Clinical effectiveness research group were Saturday interviewed by The New York Times in the article "Did closing schools actually help?". The professors want to investigate the security of school reopenings by using randomisation, and thereby applying an evidence based approach to the now worldwide phenomenon. 

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Screenshot from The New York Times Saturday May 2. 2020.
Photo: Screenshot from The New York Times Saturday May 2. 2020.

 

Tags: ny times, Corona virus, clinical effectiveness By Anita Aalby
Published May 4, 2020 2:05 PM - Last modified May 4, 2020 2:10 PM