Dr. George Rutherford speaks about worldwide updates and the delta variant, followed by a discussion between Dr. Bob Wachter and Andy Slavitt, President Biden’s senior covid-19 advisor.
Dr. George Rutherford gives an update of covid-19 numbers across the globe, while a panelist of three experts discuss vaccine hesitancy, passports, and incentives as the Bay Area returns to a state of normalcy.
Dr. George Rutherford gives global updates on the coronavirus pandemic, followed by presentations focused on vaccinations in patients with weaker immune systems.
Medical experts on Thursday’s Grand Rounds delved into the risks posed by the Johnson & Johnson vaccine that the United States stopped distributing last week after reports of rare and dangerous blood clots in six recipients.
Hello Readers: What happens when you retire from the SFPD? You pick up a new job – or a new police force, Julian writes today. In other news: Grand Rounds The tracker shows vaccinations continue to rise. And another essential memory. Send us your one memory from the pandemic year to firstname.lastname@example.org Stay safe, — […]
On this week’s Grand Rounds, Dr. George Rutherford gave updates on the covid-19 pandemic at the regional, state, and national level. His presentation was followed by a discussion between two UCSF medicine professors who gave their opinions on what kind of activities are safe once you’ve been vaccinated.
On this week’s Grand Rounds, Dr. Bob Wachter and panelists discuss how the country is faring in the “race between vaccines and variants,” including discussions on regional outcomes, outpatient therapeutics and Covid-19 variants.
Hello Readers: Is the variant question keeping you awake at night? No need for that, writes Kate today in her piece on experts addressing the issue. In other news: The Planning Commission approves a new development on Valencia Street. The tracker tells us vaccines have been undercounted. And Grand Rounds looks at the year we’ve […]
In this week’s Grand Rounds, Dr. Bob Wachter sat down with three panelists to talk about the past twelve months in the global coronavirus pandemic, and what things will look like in the future.
In this week’s Grand Rounds, Dr. Bob Wachter sits down with Dr. Atul Gawande for the 23rd Annual Reza Gandjei Memorial Lecture to discuss lessons from the pandemic, hope for the future, and changes needed in U.S. healthcare.
Hello Readers: Once again we have Grand Rounds for you – and some good news on vaccines. In other news: The Covid Tracker People We Meet – A sidewalk artist and someone who still makes eyeglasses. Stay safe, — Lydia Stories UCSF Grand Rounds: Vaccine trial data, addressing hesitancy, and insight into the Biden administration’s […]
In this week’s UCSF Grand Round, Dr. Bob Wachter and a panel of experts discuss Phase 3 trial data for six vaccines, the emergence of new variants, how to communicate amidst vaccine hesitancy, and hear from two members of Biden’s COVID-19 Task Force.
Good morning readers: We have Grand Rounds and a look at the Covid-19 variants as well as the vaccine rollout, neighborhood notes with plenty of possibilities for the weekend and beyond, a look at a new so-called media venture and its refusal to disclose donors while registering with an IRS designation that allows lobbying, and, […]
Dr. Wachter and a panel of experts discuss strategies for San Francisco’s vaccine rollout to the general public, decreasing case numbers in the U.S., and new covid variants, as well as the UK’s vaccine response.
Good evening: Sorry for the lateness but I was holding off for two stories – both of which are worthy of the wait. We have Grand Rounds, a fascinating discussion on the Covid mutations, a check on the city’s rollout of vaccines for those 65 and older (very very slow), the tracker and all that […]