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    Tracking the Experience of Residency Leaders

    by Missy Padoll | 06/28/2021

    For the past year, residency leaders across the nation have faced the extraordinary experience of coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. Several of them took the opportunity to document their experiences, challenges, and lessons learned. As we launch the new academic year, it seems fitting to revisit these experiences and invite others to contribute their own reflections.

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    Pandemic Reflections

    by Missy Padoll | 04/29/2021

    For those of us working in health care, we knew at the end of 2019 that a serious situation was evolving. By January 2020, regular discussions were underway regarding use of precautions as reports of infected individuals grew. But no one fully appreciated that this emerging virus would so quickly become a once-in-a-century pandemic.


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    A Rich History of Contributions

    by Reed Stiller | 02/26/2021

    The contributions of some of Boston’s most important black physicians have often been overlooked, which is why in honor or Black History Month we have chosen to recognize some of the most influential black health care providers in the city’s history.

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    The 100 Day Mask Challenge

    by Missy Padoll | 01/26/2021

    As representatives of the patient safety community, it is in our best interest to champion President Biden's 100 Day Mask Challenge, working together to leverage the many creative efforts available to help support the President’s challenge and encourage everyone to MASK UP!

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    “Not Normal” Pandemic Imperils Health Workers

    by Tom Augello, CRICO | 06/25/2020

    A public health crisis like no other in living memory: surgeons helping with medical treatment, retired clinicians coming into work, medical students being graduated early to pitch in. The COVID-19 pandemic is anything but “normal” for providers. CRICO recently spoke with doctors on the front lines helping other providers cope, promoting professional care and offering personal support.

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    Transparent Face Masks Offer Safe and Effective Communication Solution for Hearing Impaired Patients

    by Brigham & Women's Hospital | 05/21/2020

    With the COVID-19 epidemic and the requirement for all staff to wear face masks, Wiggins and his team raised the concern that more transparent face masks would be needed to support this patient population during COVID-19.

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    Medical Malpractice in the Time of COVID-19

    by Adam Schaffer, MD, MPH | 03/23/2020

    Under normal circumstances, medical malpractice is a significant concern for physicians. We know this concern influences physician behavior. As a result of COVID-19, hospitalists, emergency medicine physicians, critical care physicians, nurses, and many other clinicians are currently in a period that is anything but normal.

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