Tag: #COVID19

Publication Alert: Leveraging a Preexisting Global Infectious Disease Network for Local Decision Making During a Pandemic

The content below was provided by Jocelyn Herstein, an assistant professor at UNMC and Director of International Partnerships and Programs with the National Emerging Special Pathogens Training and Education Center. She led a recently published study, collaborating with UNMC ID faculty Drs. Angela Hewlett and James Lawler.  What prompted this study? Emerging infectious disease events require a […]

April 26, 2022

Publication Alert: Structural Vulnerability among Patients with HIV and SARS-CoV-2 Co-Infection

Publication Alert: Structural Vulnerability among Patients with HIV and SARS-CoV-2 Co-Infection. This content was provided by Natasha Hongsermeier-Graves, MD/MPH student at UNMC College of Medicine/Harvard School of Public Health. She led a recently published study, collaborating with another UNMC medical student Rohan Khazanchi, and UNMC ID faculty Drs. Jasmine Marcelin and Nada Fadul.

October 19, 2021

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SHEA Journal Club Review: “Not Throwin’ Away My Shot”: Early data for COVID-19 vaccination in previously infected healthcare workers and solid organ transplant recipients

As more vaccinations are completed worldwide, specific vaccine strategies and outcomes among special patient populations are newly available. Two populations of interest include vaccinees with previous COVID-19 and those with a history of a solid organ transplant. Dr. Erica Stohs reviews early data for SHEA Journal Club

April 21, 2021

Physical Barriers for Prevention Amidst a Pandemic – The Roles of Distancing, Masks and Eye Protection

This study provides early evidence of the efficacy of continued PPE use to prevent transmission of COVID-19, both in the community and in the healthcare setting, including continued physical distancing, facemask use and eye protection.

July 14, 2020

Fighting Fear in COVID-19

As we have lived through this pandemic as Infectious Diseases physicians and leaders in Infection Control and Employee Health, we also have encountered nearly unprecedented fear within our workplace.

July 7, 2020

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.

May 22, 2020

COVID-19 disproportionately impacts minority communities

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed lives all over the world, responsible for over 4 million infections and over 300,000 deaths worldwide. As we have progressed through this pandemic, it has become clear in the United States that we need to begin and continue conversations relating to the disturbing racial/ethnic disparities we are seeing emerging from […]

May 18, 2020

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.

April 22, 2020

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.

April 15, 2020

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.

April 1, 2020