Coronavirus Update: Ethics Considerations, Guidance and Resources.
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A conversation with a new graduate nurse working in Northern Italy who is working in a COVID hospital at the frontlines.Listen
A conversation with an Italian doctor triaging patients north of Milan about the road that may lie ahead.Listen
A conversation with Dr. Darrell Owens, DNP, MSN, head of palliative care for the University of Washington's Northwest campus, a community hospital in Seattle.Visit
A discussion of the ethical challenges, including resource scarcity and medical worker obligations, that arise during pandemics with public health expert Dr Matthew Wynia.Visit
Dr. Amy Caruso Brown discusses ethical decisions and communication strategies during a pandemic.Listen
Dr. Doug Diekema, who has been working with a state planning task force, talks about how they are thinking about Washington state's needs in dealing with COVID-19.Listen
Interviews with chest physicians who are on the COVID-19 frontlines, including experience from front-line leaders in China.Visit
An account of the COVID-19 outbreak at Burlington Health & Rehab Center, the struggle to contain it, and the fallout.Visit
A plea for hospice help in Central Vermont amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and the "harrowing experience" that followed.Visit
The coronavirus pandemic highlights how much we need to have conversations about end-of-life care.Visit
A selection of pieces on pandemics and other contagions.Visit
The pandemic’s spread is creating new challenges for doctors who usually care primarily for patients with particular medical needs.Read
Disappointed by the abrupt halt to their training, medical students around the country have responded with grass-roots efforts to secure masks, staff patient call centers and even provide child care for beleaguered doctors.Read