Suzanne Salamon, MD (Geriatric Medicine, BIDMC) discusses how COVID-19 has removed many social supports for seniors and the importance of continuing regular connections as often as possible.

Percentage of people in nursing home who feel...

A new study authored by James Kirby, MD (Pathology, BIDMC) and others shows that decontamination of N95 masks for reuse can be done safely with simple tools.

How to decontaminate an N95 mask in just 3 minutes

In this opinion piece, Kathryn Stephenson, MD (Infectious Diseases, BIDMC) writes on how to ensure that COVID-19 vaccine research includes Black and Latinx participants.

Covid-19 vaccine research must involve...

Barouch addresses COVID-19 with the Hollywood, Health & Society (HHS)

Entertainment and news writers to learn facts...

A potential COVID-19 vaccine is being developed by Dan Barouch, MD, PhD (Center for Virology and Vaccine Research, BIDMC) and colleagues.

Nearly 150 potential coronavirus vaccines are being developed globally

Adam Stern, MD (Psychiatry, BIDMC) discusses the science behind “COVID fatigue” and how to cope with it.

Dealing with quarantine fatigue

Molly Hayes, MD (MICU, BIDMC) and Pamela Peck, MD (Clinician Health Services, BIDMC) share that as COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts are declining, many health care workers are reflecting on their difficult experiences over the last few months and will need support from their institutions and communities.

'Invisible Wounds': Frontline Health Workers Face Recovery Period That Could Last Months

15-year old Jonah Burke has been visiting his father, Paul, throughout the pandemic from a distance to play the bagpipes outside of his hospital window at BIDMC.

Teenager plays bagpipes from outside dad's hospital window...

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