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Central Line Podcast: Inside the Monitor - Global Health features Dr. Gunisha Kaur — Listen to learn more about the intersection of global health and anesthesiology. This episode explores how to better serve foreign-born patients and how biosocial factors influence health.
Although many patients with COVID-19 recover from the initial infection, a significant number suffer long-term effects consisting of an array of different symptoms. According to the CDC, some of the most frequently reported long-term effects of COVID-19 include fatigue, dyspnea, chest pain, cough, and joint pain.
This final article in a four-part series dissecting the survey results focuses on readers’ key career concerns. With a work environment that is often high-stress and extremely demanding, anesthesiologists face a number of career-related challenges on a daily basis. At the top of that list, according to a recent ASA Monitor survey, are non-physician scope of practice, burnout/work-life balance, and negotiating contracts.
Andrew Milewski, MD, PhD
The numerous scars marking his arms, legs, back, chest, and face told the story of the horrific, state-sponsored torture that Mr. A had endured. Mr. A, a 25-year-old man from a small country in West Africa, was persecuted because his HIV/AIDS advocacy contradicted a false “presidential cure” contrived by the ruling regime.
Gunisha Kaur, MD, MA
Global health is a field dedicated to addressing health issues that transcend national boundaries. Rather than “international health,” which implies the medical care and health of foreign nations, the term global health indicates that we are all part of one shared humanity.
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