Division of Infectious Diseases

The Weekly Corona with Dr. Raquel Lamarche

Dr. Raquel Lamarche is a PGY1 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics resident at UNMC, who will be summarizing updates about SARS-CoV-2 and hopefully make information easier to digest, with additional outlines of implications for graduate medical education. This week Dr. Lamarche discusses “The reopening”. You can follow Dr. Lamarche on Twitter @LamarcheRaquel.

COVID-19 disproportionately impacts minority communities

Peer-reviewed references included in this post: Essien U and Venkataramani A. Data and Policy Solutions to Address Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the COVID-19 Pandemic. JAMA Health Forum, April 2020   Chowkwanyun M, and Reed AL. Racial Health Disparities and Covid-19 — Caution and Context. N Engl J Med. May 2020 Krieger N et. al. The Fierce Urgency Of Now: Closing Glaring Gaps In US… Continue Reading

The Weekly Corona with Dr. Raquel Lamarche

Dr. Raquel Lamarche is a PGY1 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics resident at UNMC, who will be summarizing updates about SARS-CoV-2 and hopefully make information easier to digest, with additional outlines of implications for graduate medical education. This week Dr. Lamarche discusses “Wellness in the time of COVID-19”. You can follow Dr. Lamarche on Twitter @LamarcheRaquel.

The Weekly Corona with Dr. Raquel Lamarche

Dr. Raquel Lamarche is a PGY1 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics resident at UNMC, who will be summarizing updates about SARS-CoV-2 and hopefully make information easier to digest, with additional outlines of implications for graduate medical education. This week Dr. Lamarche discusses “Innovation in the time of COVID-19: No idea is too small”. You can follow Dr. Lamarche on Twitter @LamarcheRaquel.

The Weekly Corona with Dr. Raquel Lamarche

Dr. Raquel Lamarche is a PGY1 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics resident at UNMC, who will be summarizing updates about SARS-CoV-2 and hopefully make information easier to digest, with additional outlines of implications for graduate medical education.

COVID-19 – What is UNMC ID doing?

Although it has not been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), as of this morning, there were 81, 191 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,768 deaths worldwide. To date, 57 of these cases are within US borders, and there are increasing cases throughout the world. UNMC & Nebraska Medicine have had our quarantine and biocontainment units active and caring for patients… Continue Reading