RAPID-EC Project Nears 100M Impressions

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 The Rapid Assessment of Pandemic Impact on Development - Early Childhood Study (RAPID-EC) led by Prof Phil Fisher of the Center for Translational Neuroscience, is an ongoing survey of the pandemic's effects on families with young children. The RAPID-EC study provides high-quality, quantitative evidence about how the pandemic is increasing stress in children and families, particularly in low-income and underserved communities. The study is beginning to shape the national conversation about the pandemic's effects in the media, including the articles below. All of the reports from the project are available here.

Original Placements
20,613,846 impressions
The Atlantic:Ideas: Bail Out Parents | August 20, 2020
9,831,080 impressions
1,621,091 impressions
177,992 impressions
University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy: Survey: COVID-19 putting stress on US parents | August 19, 2020
Impressions: not available
Syndicated Placements from USA TODAY Article
The following placements are an exact match to the online version of During the pandemic, are the little kids all right? Survey shows COVID is taking a toll now and will in the future. By publishing them in new, more local outlets, there is an additional audience reach.
178,399 impressions
119,441 impressions
67,151,557 impressions
14,777 impressions
10,832 impressions