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January 15, 2021
A Frontline Physician Reveals Hard Realities of COVID-19
Dr. Chris Haines shares the comfort and hope he has for the future and lessons learned navigating the uncertainties of the pandemic.
December 15, 2020
The Top Ten Health Nexus Articles in 2020
As we near the end of this unprecedented year, here is a look back on our most popular stories of the year.
July 9, 2020
A Guide on Going Back – Or Not – in the “Green Phase” of Coronavirus Reopening
As salons, yoga studios, gyms, restaurants and workspaces prepare to open in Pennsylvania’s “green phase” of coronavirus reopening, here’s what you need to consider to stay safe.
June 30, 2020
Here’s What You Need to Know About Going to the Doctor’s During COVID-19
Physicians in cardiology, primary care and urgent care share what you can expect, and what not to, when you come for an appointment.
May 12, 2020
A Frontline Physician On Her Coronavirus Hospitalization Experience
Dr. Chang was at first incredulous that her mild symptoms were COVID-19. Here she shares her survival story.
May 12, 2020
A Doctor’s Personal Experience with COVID-19: Diagnosis, Hospitalization, and Giving Back
Episode eight of The Health Nexus Podcast.
April 28, 2020
Tony Luke’s Son Michael Shares His COVID-19 Experience
Michael Lucidonio started developing classic COVID-19 symptoms and within days learned he would need to be put on a ventilator.
April 1, 2020
A Global Health Mission Extending More Than a Decade
Dr. Patricia Henwood is on the coronavirus front lines at Jefferson. Her experience training clinicians in Rwanda, Uganda, and other countries to use point-of-care ultrasounds to answer questions about TB, Ebola has prepared her more than most on how to handle a crisis.
March 20, 2020
Turning to Telemedicine in the Wake of Coronavirus
Jefferson’s Dr. Aditi Joshi shares some tips for how to use telemedicine effectively, keeping yourself and your community safe.
March 12, 2020
Gender Equity in Medicine – Have We Made Strides?
How inequities such as salary gaps and more subtle professional slights lead to the “invisibility” of mid-career women in academic medicine.
January 2, 2020
What Happened When a Rare Neuro Disorder Cut My Vacation Short
What was supposed to be a dream vacation turned into a nightmare for 27-year-old Morgan Smith.