Innovation and Knowledge Sharing Can Transform COVID-19 Infection Prevention Response

Our recent article about SARS Cov-2, from the Journal of Hospital Medicine:

Emerging studies on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) confirm high rates of infection among healthcare workers (HCWs). As widespread community transmission increases, frontline HCWs, such as hospitalists, are at particularly high risk of exposure to people with undiagnosed COVID-19. Although there is no known effective treatment for COVID-19, early detection is vital to decreasing ongoing transmission through contact tracing and quarantine.

Read the rest of our paper, here.

2 thoughts on “Innovation and Knowledge Sharing Can Transform COVID-19 Infection Prevention Response

  1. Innovation will only get you so far. What we need is good governance, at all levels. And epidemiologists to be trained, hired and paid appropriately.

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