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IDSA Media Briefing: COVID and Workplaces
Date Added: 9/27/2021
A media briefing including experts from the Society for Human Resource Management and Delta Air Lines to discuss coronavirus and COVID-19 developments and answer questions.
COVID Vaccine as a Condition of Employment for Health Care Workers (Rebroadcast of SHEA Podcast)
Date Added: 9/27/2021
In this episode moderator, Dr. David Weber, asks Dr. Marci Drees, Dr. Trini Mathew, and Dr. Sharon Wright questions surrounding the July 13th multi-society statement about COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. Questions focus on how the societies developed this statement, why it was important to create this statement now, legal & human resources considerations, and more.
(Rebroadcast of SHEA Podcast)
Leveraging Telehealth in 2021 - Podcast
Date Added: 2/4/2021
Dr. Javeed Siddiqui of TeleMed2U and Dr. Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts of AAFP's Commission on Quality and Practice discuss the rise of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and how advances can be used to treat patients in 2021.