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Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
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Chicago public health legend and retired physician Linda Rae Murray, MD, discusses systemic racism and the pandemic’s disproportionate effect among African Americans and other people of color with JAMA Medical News Associate Managing Editor Jennifer Abbasi. Dr Murray is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health and a past president of the American Public Health Association. Related: Taking a Closer Look at COVID-19, Health Inequities, and Racism  
Latin America and Its Global Partners Toil to Procure Medical Supplies as COVID-19 Pushes the Region to Its Limit; “Abandoned” Nursing Homes Continue to Face Critical Supply and Staff Shortages as COVID-19 Toll Has Mounted; Challenge Trials—Could Deliberate Coronavirus Exposure Hasten Vaccine Development? Article links: Latin America and Its Global Partners Toil to Procure Medical Supplies as COVID-19 Pushes the Region to Its Limit “Abandoned” Nursing Homes Continue to Face Critical Supply and Staff Shortages as COVID-19 Toll Has Mounted Challenge Trials—Could Deliberate Coronavirus Exposure Hasten Vaccine Development?
JAMA's Angel Desai, MD, speaks with Gary Marcus, PhD, coauthor of Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust. Marcus argues that endowing machines with intelligence will require innovation that embraces the complexity of the real world. Plus: How can AI be used during COVID-19? Related: Artificial Intelligence: Promise, Pitfalls, and Perspective
Convalescent Plasma for COVID-19; Prioritizing Physician Mental Health as COVID-19 Marches On; Global Effort to Collect Data on Ventilated Patients With COVID-19
The University of New Mexico's Eileen Barrett, MD, MPH, speaks with JAMA's Jennifer Abbasi about the pandemic's mental and emotional toll on health care workers—and how they and their employers can safeguard their well-being. Read the Article: Prioritizing Physician Mental Health as COVID-19 Marches On
Finding Ways to Reduce Coronavirus Exposure During Dialysis; The Promise and Peril of Antibody Testing for COVID-19; The Challenge of Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Correctional Facilities
A new exhibit on the 1918 flu pandemic asks: What is an individual's responsibility to their community during a pandemic? Exhibit curator Jane Boyd and museum manager Nancy Hill take Jennifer Abbasi on a tour of the medical museum's new exhibit just weeks before the COVID-19 outbreak first emerged. Pandemic Part 1: 1918 Flu Pandemic and COVID-19 Read the article: Twentieth-Century Lessons for a Modern Coronavirus Pandemic
Medical historian Howard Markel, MD, PhD, director of the University of Michigan's Center for the History of Medicine, speaks with JAMA Fishbein fellow Angel Desai, MD, about lessons from the devastating 1918 flu pandemic. Markel discusses his research into the effects of social distancing on US death rates during the worldwide outbreak. Pandemic Part 2: A Trip to Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum Read the article: Twentieth-Century Lessons for a Modern Coronavirus Pandemic
Fixing the Parent Trap for Resident Physicians; Confirmatory Trial For Drug to Prevent Preterm Birth Finds No Benefit, So Why Is It Still Prescribed?; The Low-FODMAP Diet Helps IBS Symptoms, but Questions Remain
David Strauss, MD, PhD, of the FDA talks with Jennifer Abbasi about his recent studies in JAMA investigating sunscreen safety Related: FDA Trials Find Sunscreen Ingredients in Blood, but Risk Is Uncertain Effect of Sunscreen Application Under Maximal Use Conditions on Plasma Concentration of Sunscreen Active Ingredients: A Randomized Clinical Trial Effect of Sunscreen Application on Plasma Concentration of Sunscreen Active Ingredients: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Taking Medicine to the Streets to Care for Those Who Live There; Trauma-Informed Care May Ease Patient Fear, Clinician Burnout
The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak exemplifies ongoing biothreats to global security, as each new threat tests principles of preparation and response at national, regional, and clinical levels. Tom Inglesby, MD, director of the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses biosecurity with Angel Desai, MD, JAMA Fishbein fellow.
Alzheimer Disease and Brain Glucose Metabolism, Testosterone for Postmenopausal Low Sexual Desire, Concussions and Erectile Dysfunction Among Football Players
JAMA Network Articles of the Year 2019, Cannabidiol Products, Heritage Diets and Culturally Appropriate Dietary Advice, Cancer Risk Among People With Psoriasis
Firearms and Dementia, New Center for Psychedelic Research, Older Patients in Cancer Clinical Trials, Knowledge Gaps in Type 2 Diabetes Prevention, Universal Flu Vaccine and More in Medical News.
JAMA Medical News is coming to you live from the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions conference in Philadelphia. In this episode, host Jennifer Abbasi interviews Stanford University’s Christopher Gardner, PhD, about the nutrition consensus and controversies discussed at this year’s meeting. When it comes to salt, eggs, dairy, and meat, what can we agree on and where do we still have to agree to disagree? JAMA AHA 2019 Scientific Sessions Website
JAMA Medical News is coming to you live from the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions conference in Philadelphia. This year’s conference included a timely topic: the e-cigarette epidemic in youth. Host Jennifer Abbasi interviews Rose Marie Robertson, MD, the AHA’s deputy chief science and medical officer, about the latest epidemiological data, what the science says about e-cigarettes, and what the AHA is doing to counter the vaping trend in youth. Related article: e-Cigarette Use Among Youth in the United States, 2019 JAMA AHA 2019 Scientific Sessions Website
JAMA Medical News is coming to you live from the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions conference in Philadelphia. In this episode, host Jennifer Abbasi chats with conference chair Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, about this year's hottest topics and clinical trials. JAMA AHA 2019 Scientific Sessions Website
In this Medical News podcast, Rita Rubin speaks with Roland Griffiths, PhD, about the use of psychedelics as potential therapies for neurological and mental health disorders and to better understand the mind. Read the article: Philanthropists Fund Johns Hopkins Center for Study of Psychedelics
Biomarker-Based PTSD Screening, Cardiovascular Corner, Stopping Cancer Screening in Older Adults, Subconcussive Football Hits, Easing Contraceptive Access, Prescription Drug Costs, and More in Medical News.
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