Redeployment of Primary Care Workers During Pandemic: One Physician’s Look Back
Looking back to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, one Chicago-based physician can clearly see how valuable “redeployment” of family and primary care physicians was to both the frontline health care of patients and preventative … Read More
Facemask Sensor Being Developed at UCSD Could Help Detect COVID-19
A team at UC San Diego School of Engineering is working to develop a sensor that would stick to your facemask and detect COVID-19 in your breath.
“Just imagine you would have a roll of stickers. … Read More
Vaccination Super Station’ Opens Near Petco Park With Goal to Vaccinate 5K+ Health Care Workers Daily
The location was made in partnership between the county, the Padres and UC San Diego Health in an effort to quickly roll out the vaccine and administer as many shots as possible to eligible residents. … Read More
UC San Diego Health receives nearly 3,000 COVID-19 vaccines
Another 2,925 of Pfizer’s long-awaited COVID-19 vaccines arrived at UC San Diego Health for front line healthcare workers to read more click here –>https://www.10news.com/news/coronavirus/uc-san-diego-health-receives-nearly-3-000-covid-19-vaccines
How the Pandemic Has Created New Demand for Older Workers
Harvard Business Review gives a shoutout to PRR.
Amid the horrifying loss of jobs brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been one countervailing force: an urgent demand for medical and technology professionals to … Read More
Life-changing decisions doctors have had to make since the start of the pandemic
Coming out of retirement
In late February/early March, it became apparent that there just wouldn’t be enough medical personnel to provide care for the tens of thousands of incoming COVID-19 patients across the United States. … Read More