Our world has contracted.
The COVID 19 pandemic has launched us into an unimaginable new era where social distancing and isolation have become our new normal.
Extensive research is underway, but, with no cure in sight, just how do we negotiate our surreal world into the foreseeable future?
In today’s episode of The Adverse Effect, we talk to Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos, Assistant Professor and Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
We discuss how socioeconomic variables such as education, wealth and even racial factors can impact healthcare outcomes and result in health disparities.
Dr. Galiatsatos also answers all those important questions about COVID: its origins, ventilator use, how COVID is spread, and, most importantly, how we can try and optimize our body to best fight the virus.
Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos is the co-founder and co-director of Medicine for the Greater Good, a community engagement initiative for healthcare professionals in training that allows them to have meaningful partnerships with the local community. His research focus is on community engagement and health disparities.
“If all things are equal, in a true fashion, we should have equal outcomes regardless of our social-economic status” — Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos
“...if everyone’s wearing a face mask in a room the likelihood of catching COVID 19 falls to about 1%.” — Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos
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