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      Reflections on Trust and Covid 19: Do Politics, Medicine and the Environment need each other?

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            Abstract

            The short article is centered on how trust can be a valuable resource for developing cognate responses to the Covid 19 pandemic in the medical and social sciences. Politics and Medicine can learn from each other. Governments need to persuade individuals to adapt their behaviors, and such persuasion will be all the more convincing in that it is nested in social networks. Trust in government requires consistent (benevolent, performative and joined-up) explanations. The distinction between hard medical and soft social science blurs when patients/citizens are required to be active participants in combatting a pandemic virus.

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            Journal
            UCL Open: Environment Preprint
            UCL Press
            18 July 2020
            Affiliations
            [1 ] Professor of Political Science and Head of the Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
            [2 ] Professor in Medicine and Head of “Preventive and Occupational Medicine” at the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand (CHU), France
            [3 ] Professor and Head of the Department of Sport, Physical Education and Health, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong.
            Article
            10.14324/111.444/000046.v2
            72f9e5ec-5809-470b-96d4-0d4572e8254c

            This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, which permits unrestricted use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

            Funding
            This article acknowledges the financial and logistical support of Hong Kong Baptist University. The corresponding author acknowledges, and is grateful for the financial support of Hong Kong Baptist University, Research Committee, Initiation Grant - Faculty Niche Research Areas (IG-FNRA) 2019/20.

            Data sharing not applicable to this article as no datasets were generated or analysed during the current study.
            Social & Behavioral Sciences,Law,History
            Trust ,environment,medical and social science,international comparison ,transdisciplinarity, Covid 19 ,political science,Policy and law

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            Decision date: 12/8/2020

            Handling Editor: Dan Osborn

            The article has been accepted and it is suitable for publication in UCL Open: Environment.

            2020-09-23 15:28 UTC
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            Date: 18/7/2020

            Handling Editor: Dan Osborn

            The Article has been revised, this article remains a preprint article and peer-review has not been completed.

            2020-09-23 15:27 UTC
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            -- trust is important in pandemics and other issues of public health and the environment

            -- the paper gives a perspective on that that requires more discussion but this paper is a start on that in relation to Covid and its wider aspects.

             

            On behalf of Prof. Dan Osborn, Editor-in-Chief.

            2020-08-12 11:46 UTC
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