Before the COVID-19 pandemic started, David Alfandre, MD, MSPH, and Heather E. ... The arrival of COVID-19 in New York City highlighted the value of this kind of tradeoff.
COVID-19 Quarantine: Are we afraid of going back? Gov. Brad Little of Idaho issued a statewide ”stay at home” order at the end of March and my little town has ... No worries. We will not be going back. It is not at all clear what the configuration of
Behind the mask: school days. Reopening our schools during the COVID-19 pandemic is on everyone's minds, and the outlines of the conflict are at this point clear to many: ... Decisions may reinforce inequity. Specific statistical models are available for
Paradoxically, the beautiful spring and the COVID-19 pandemic are concurrent. But that is life, isn't it? ... The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust us into a historic, strange, and surreal new world.
We have suffered more than 200,000 deaths from COVID-19, with more to come. ... We are in desperate need of an intermission from the COVID-19 saga, the political division, and the civil unrest of 2020.
Respecting Choices provides free scripts for advance care planning discussions around COVID-19. ... Vital Talk has developed a playbook of tips for talking about COVID-19.
ACP is offering the following resources for educators during the COVID-19 pandemic:. ... Also see this issue's story about telemedicine.). “COVID-19: An ACP Physician's Guide & Resources” offers a wealth of resources and is being consistently updated
COVID-19 has changed medical care for everyone, but one group uniquely affected is patients experiencing homelessness. ... COVID-19 has also thrown racial and ethnic disparities in health care into stark relief.
The FDA has also authorized two COVID-19 diagnostic tests, performed at specific laboratories, for use with samples collected using the kit. ... decontaminate only compatible N95 or N95-equivalent respirators for reuse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Home blood pressure monitoring can also improve access to care, which is especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic, when patients may be reluctant to attend in-person visits. ... The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has