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Mental Health

Sport Athlete Resources

California Specific Mental Health Resources

Association Resource Pages

Webinars and Articles

Articles about Singing and COVID-19

Aerosolization of Viral Infection Disease Particle

  • CBDNA Virtual Athletic Band Symposium: “The Science Facts About Our Health and Well-being”. Presented by Dr. Shelly Miller, University of Colorado-Boulder, and Dr. John Volckens, Colorado State University. Provided by the College Band Directors National Association. 56 minutes. View this presentation
  • New York Times 4/14/20, “This 3-D Simulation Shows Why Social Distancing Is So Important” Read this article
  • Journal of Aerosol Science, “Average particle number concentrations produced during exhalation increased in activities from normal breathing to speech to sustained vocalization.” Read this article
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, “Infectious virus in exhaled breath of symptomatic seasonal influenza cases from a college community” Read this article
  • New England Journal of Medicine, “Airborne Transmission of Communicable Infection — The Elusive Pathway.” Read this article (PDF download)
  • PLos ONE, “Effect of voicing and articulation manner on aerosol particle emission during human speech” Read this article

COVID-19 Musician Resources

COVID-19 Guidelines and Resources for Sport Athletes

Information on the COVID-19 virus, testing, treatment and vaccination prospects (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)

  • Bill Gates’ blog: “The First Modern Pandemic – The scientific advances we need to defeat COVID-19” Read this article
  • Washington Post opinion page reprint – condensed version of “The First Modern Pandemic” Read this version

Government Agencies

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Use of Personal Protective Equipment

Physiological Impact of the N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator on Healthcare Workers Read Abstract