2021: Looking back and moving forward
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Happy New Year! Well, 2021 may not have been quite the year we hoped for, and 2022 is off to a bit of a rough start with the omicron variant. But we’ve been fortunate to have some amazing guests on the podcast and we’ve learned a lot – we hope you have, too! In this episode, we follow up with experts from some of the episodes that really stuck with us. We get updates on COVID vaccinations for kids, vaccine mandates, long haul COVID, and trauma informed care. Wishing you all good health in the new year, and cheers to another year of EM Pulse!
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Dr. Julia Magaña, Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UC Davis
Dr. Sarah Medeiros, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at UC Davis
Dr. Dean Blumberg, Professor and Chief of Pediatric Infectious Disease at UC Davis, Co-Host of the Kids Considered Podcast
Dr. Hunter Pattison, Emergency Medicine Health Policy Research Fellow at UC Davis and Advocacy Fellow for California ACEP
Dr. Larissa May, Professor of Emergency Medicine with a Masters in Emerging Infectious Diseases, and Director of Emergency Department Antibiotic Stewardship at UC Davis.
Dr. Angela Jarman, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Sex and Gender Researcher at UC Davis
Dr. Bryn Mumma, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Co-Chair of the Human Trafficking Workgroup at UC Davis
The Long Haul, January 17, 2021
Trauma Informed Care 101, May 16 2021
A Mandate for Health, October 17, 2021
COVID-19 Kids Vaccine Considered, November 3, 2021
Thank you to the UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine for supporting this podcast and to Orlando Magaña at OM Audio Productions for audio production services.