Doctors on the Frontline is a weekly broadcast sharing insight from the leading public health educators and physicians on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
People around the world are desperately seeking science-based public health information on COVID-19. Doctorpedia is dedicated to providing the public with expert, science-based information in a way that everyone can understand.
We know the COVID-19 pandemic changes by the second, and the importance of staying updated with trusted information. Therefore, we created the Doctors on the Frontline webcast.
Doctors on the Frontline establishes an instant connection between healthcare experts and viewers around the world, with our FREE live broadcast, and real-time answers to your questions on COVID-19.
In this episode, vaccine policy expert and WHO COVID-19 pandemic response advisor Dr. Angela Shen talks about the plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the United States and globally. We discuss overcoming the challenges in production and distribution. When will have your chance to vaccinate against COVID-19?
Dr. Roopak Khara is a psychiatrist, pharmacist and writer. In this episode, she explores our emotional, mental, physical, and social connections during the month of Valentine's and gives us tips on how we may best leverage these relationships to improve our overall mental well-being.
In this episode, Dr. Chetna Kang (a psychiatrist with 20+ years experience in diagnosing and treating mental health problems both in the National Health Service and private sector in the United Kingdom) reviews ways that we can improve our mental health during the pandemic.
In this episode, board-certified pediatric infectious diseases specialist Dr. Allison Malloy speaks about understanding the coronavirus vaccines in children. The coronavirus vaccines are now being administered to adult populations across the world, but what about the pediatric population?
In this episode, Dr. Laura David discusses the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, how the NHS is approaching COVID, and the biggest challenges she has faced in terms of keeping her patients healthy. She explores the interventions she has seen first-hand that have positively impacted the health of her patients and community. She also covers wellness initiatives at home and in the workplace that can allow us to take control of our own health for the better.
In this episode, Dr. Gigi Gronvall (Ph.D. in immunology and a Senior Associate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Health Security, who has been working on coronavirus testing, monitoring, and strategy throughout the pandemic) discusses the importance of testing, accuracy of testing, production, and innovation, as well as how coronavirus testing can save lives.
In this episode, Dr. Montross speaks about mental health and our program systems in the era of coronavirus. Dr. Montross is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown. She is a practicing inpatient psychiatrist and performs forensic psychiatric examinations. She has written several critically acclaimed books including Waiting for an Echo: The Madness of American Incarceration.
In this episode, Dr. Shiv Pillai (Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences and Technology and Director, Immunology Graduate Program, Harvard Medical School) takes us through the immunology of COVID-19 and covers the latest developments from his own research and trends with vaccine development.
Pediatric Rheumatologist Mindy Lo (Boston Children's Hospital & Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School) discusses the growing threat to our children's health and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (mis-c).
Electrophysiology Cardiologist Dr. Jackie Eubany, Author of Women and Heart Disease and Dr. Khama Ennis, Chief of Emergency Medicine, Cooley Dickinson Hospital discuss the complexities of race in today's healthcare world, given recent protests and racial tensions.
U.S. Congressman Raul Ruiz, MD, MPH, MPP discusses national legislation, health disparities, and the rapidly-changing landscape of health policy in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode, Dr. David Shapiro covers trauma surgery and injury prevention during and after the Covid-19 pandemic. He also discusses his role in the award-winning documentary Sweetest Land (http://www.thesweetestland.com/) which chronicles urban violence on the frontlines of hope and sacrifice.
In this episode, we hear from nurse Christine Tardiff, Dr. Meg Maguchi, and Dr. Gagandeep Singh and discuss how The Nursing Home Tragedy has become an important face of the COVID-19 pandemic. They guide us through the frontlines of what is occurring in today's nursing homes and other post-hospital sites of care, including how some systems are revamping their approach to elderly care at home and beyond.
In this episode, Drs. Nosal and Napolitano address the Family Clinician role in caring for the whole family in heart of the U.S. epicenter, managing COVID-19 through pregnancy, childhood, adulthood, elderly, and end of life. They tackle the challenging reality that specific racial/ethnic disparities lead disproportionately increased disease and death.
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Mark Esposito - the best-selling author of AI Revolution and named tomorrow's top 50 thought leaders most likely to reinvent capitalism by Thinkers50. He explains how healthcare economics has transformed and discusses the ways we can navigate the new world order.
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider, who talks about advanced directives, care goals, and more in terms of end of life care during the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Ungerleider has been featured in two Academy Award-nominated documentaries on the end of life experience: Extremis and End Game.
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Victoria Ngo, Associate Professor, Director of Innovation in Mental Health, City University of New York. Dr. Ngo discusses the heightened fear, anxiety, depression, and more as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to devastate New York City and beyond.
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Ashwin Balagopal (Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine). Dr. Balagopal discussed how he believes this viral pandemic will end, and provided insights on how Johns Hopkins has recommended reopening of society.
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Jessica Gold, who has written on mental health during the COVID19 pandemic for The New York Times, Washington Post and more. She is a psychiatrist who is providing care frontline healthcare workers and has a unique vantage point of the effects of COVD19 on the mental health of our society.
In this episode, Doctorpedia's Chief Medical Media Officer Dr. Ashely Alker speaks with medical students and residents about what it is like to be learning to care for patients during a pandemic. These doctors in training are the foundation of hospitals across the United States.
In this episode, we talk to Doctorpedia's Chief Physician Officer Dr. Brian Bluth about how COVID-19 has hastened the implementation of technology for our medical care and will permanently affect our social behavior.
Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding is an epidemiologist and economist with Harvard School of Public Health. He was one of the first to call Covid-19 a pandemic and has been featured on many of the world's most prominent news outlets. Dr. Feigl-Ding will give his perspectives on where we are headed and how to handle Covid-19 moving forward.
See how a family of healthcare providers is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic within their household as they remain separated due to self-isolation. They each work in different segments including on the frontlines as an emergency medical technician (EMT), a medical director developing clinical trials, and a physician in a hospital COVID unit.
In this episode, Italian Cardiac Electrophysiologist Dr. Silvia Magnani talks about the COVID-19 crisis in Italy including the history of the crisis in Italy, what she would have done differently with hindsight, and how to protect the heart.
In this episode, Dr. Luke Davis (Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician, Yale Medicine) talks about his experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic including how the pandemic has affected him personally, how to recognize symptoms like shortness of breath, and how the physician community is helping their peers and patients around the world.
In this episode, Emergency Medicine Physician Dr. Ashely Alker talks about her experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic including symptoms to look for, procedures to follow, and when to go to the emergency room.
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