Universities were among the first organizations to shut down in-person operations and pivot rapidly to remote teaching and learning in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. “Our research area is behavioural medicine – preventing disease by motivating people to do things that may require some sacrifice. I realized how the efforts to control it were entirely based in behavioural medicine and that we should do something on it. […] We created a survey, piloted it and by the time we launched it on March 27, we had about 60 international researchers willing to collaborate with us; that’s more than doubled since.
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