There are many things you can do to comfort a friend or a relative who is grieving a loss of a loved one. Here are some dos and don’ts.
Advancements in telemedicine have proven critical during COVID-19. However, there are concerns regarding the standard of care including legal and ethical issues in delivering remote medical care.
Spurned by CDC guidance at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. has seen a rapid shift to the utilization of telemedicine.
With an efficient, well-thought-out supply chain and an effective coronavirus vaccine, we will move much closer to the end of the pandemic.
The FDA announced that it had authorized Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use. The first shipment will be distributed around the U.S.
We can’t be certain when the pandemic will end, and it has affected all of us. But we should take proactive measures now to counter stress.
With the pandemic altering how we purchase goods and services, it affects essential aspects of the supply chain industry, especially safety and finance.
In this episode, APU’s Dr. Kandis Boyd Wyatt talks to clinician and educator Dr. Kelechi Fluitt about the mental health challenges during the pandemic.