Infectious Diseases Society of America (medicine)

Pediatric ID physicians Buddy Creech, MD, MPH, FPIDS, PIDS president, and Andi Shane, MD, MPH, discuss COVID-19's impact on the school year ahead.

*This episode was recorded on August 9, 2022. 

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In this rebroadcast of the COVID-19 Vaccination Education Roundtable Series, Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH and panelists discuss how to ensure COVID-19 vaccination equity for pediatric populations and ways to leverage the lessons learned to reduce the impact of future pandemics, particularly on marginalized and minoritized communities.

Direct download: Vaccinating_children_amid_healthcare_inequities.mp3
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How has our knowledge of COVID-19 and how it affects people with HIV evolved? IDSA board member Max Brito, MD, FIDSA of the University of Illinois at Chicago and HIVMA board member Rachel Bender Ignacio, MD, FIDSA of the University of Washington discuss the latest COVID-19 clinical considerations for people with HIV and the broader impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the HIV community and efforts to end the HIV epidemic.

Direct download: Covid_and_HIV_mixdown.mp3
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Pediatric infectious disease physicians Jason Newland, MD of Washington University of St. Louis and Buddy Creech, MD of Vanderbilt University Medical Center discuss the latest information on COVID-19 pediatric vaccination, including the recent approval of vaccines for children ages 0-5.

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COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network medical editors Varun Phadke, MD and Ethel Weld, MD discuss case studies on COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics.

Direct download: Outpatient_therapeutics.mp3
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IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-author Amy Shumaker, PharmD and current co-chair of the HIVMA/IDSA HIV Primary Care Guidance Melanie Thompson, MD discuss recently issued guidance on Paxlovid, including managing drug interactions. 
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Emergency medicine physician Heatherlee Bailey, MD, FAAEM, FCCM of the Durham VA Medical Center and family medicine physician Scott Hartman, MD of the University of Rochester Medical Center discuss the latest COVID-19 vaccine booster recommendations.

*This episode was recorded on May 17, 2022 and produced in partnership with the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. 

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Dr. Kathleen Bell, Professor and Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at UT Southwestern Medical Center, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, associate professor of infectious diseases at Boston University School of Medicine and founding director of the BU Center of Emerging Infectious Diseases Policy and Research, discuss the latest research and information on long COVID. 

Direct download: Long_Covid_mixdown-2.mp3
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In this rebroadcast of the COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network’s Cultural Awareness Series, Gayathri Krishnan, MBBS, MD, Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD, and Laila Woc-Colburn, MD, DTM&H, FIDSA and moderator Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH discuss the representation of women in medicine, the impact the pandemic has had on women in the workforce and overcoming barriers to advancement.

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IDSA President Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA is joined by CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, FIDSA to discuss the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and the pivotal role of infectious disease physicians.

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IDSA members Archana Chatterjee, MD, FIDSA of Rosalind Franklin University and Myron Cohen, MD, FIDSA of UNC Chapel Hill share insight on COVID-19 vaccines and prevention in immunocompromised individuals, including current recommendations and the role of antibody testing.

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IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-authors Rajesh Gandhi, MD, FIDSA and Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, FIDSA provide the latest information on COVID-19 treatments, including the potential role of combination therapies, newer therapies such as nirmatrelvir and strovimab, and their thoughts on President Biden's "Test to Treat" initiative. 

 

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Last fall, the IDSA Board of Directors took a fresh look at IDSA’s strategic plan, understanding that now is the time to seize the moment as the important contributions of the ID workforce during the pandemic are front and center. In this episode, IDSA President Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA, IDSA Vice President Steven Schmitt, MD, FIDSA of the Cleveland Clinic, IDSA Treasurer Jeanne Marrazzo, MD, FIDSA of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and IDSA AMR Committee Chair Emily Spivak, MD, FIDSA of the University of Utah discuss three initiatives in which the Board approved significant investments and how they will positively impact the field of ID.

Direct download: Lets_Talk_ID_Feb_2022.mp3
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In this rebroadcast of the COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network’s Cultural Awareness series and in honor of Black History Month, Associate Editor and St. Louis Medical Director Dr. Mati Hlatshwayo Davis speaks with Dr. Taison Bell of the University of Virginia and Dr. Stella Safo of Mount Sinai on the impact that historical medical mistrust among Black communities has had on vaccine uptake. The panelists share examples of trusted messengers effectively engaging in conversations about COVID-19 vaccines within their communities.   
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought health disparities to the forefront of public health. In this episode, Emily Spivak, MD, FIDSA of the University of Utah, and HIVMA Vice Chair Allison Agwu, MD, FIDSA of Johns Hopkins University discuss what’s currently being done to reduce the disparate impact of COVID-19 on certain populations and the changes that need to be made in order to achieve health equity.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the mental and emotional state of frontline clinicians to its limits. In this episode, hosted in partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians, emergency medicine physician Anthony Cirillo, MD and Corey Feist of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes Foundation discuss what’s driving stress and burnout, immediate interventions that can be taken and how changes to health care policy and programs can protect the clinical workforce over the long-term.

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IDSA President Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA, IDSA President-Elect Carlos del Rio, MD, FIDSA and John Bridgeland, co-founder and CEO of the COVID Collaborative, discuss how to combat COVID-19 misinformation and the impact misinformation may have on the future of medicine.

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How reliable are at-home COVID-19 tests? Are there shortcomings to “testing out” of vaccine mandates? IDSA members Dial Hewlett, MD, FIDSA of the Westchester County Health Department and Nira Pollock, MD, FIDSA of Boston Children’s Hospital join us to discuss the latest on COVID-19 testing. *This episode was recorded on December 6, 2021.

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In this episode recorded on December 13th, IDSA President-Elect Carlos del Rio, MD, FIDSA and IDSA Public Health Committee Chair Julie Vaishampayan, MD, FIDSA share what the medical community knows thus far about the Omicron variant, including its impact on current COVID-19 treatments and why testing plays a key role.

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Misinformation about COVID-19, including vaccines, treatments and the government’s role, has been fueling vaccine hesitancy. In this episode, IDSA President Dr. Daniel McQuillen, FIDSA, IDSA President-Elect Dr. Carlos del Rio, FIDSA and John Bridgeland, co-founder and CEO of the COVID Collaborative, discuss what is being done to combat misinformation, how to address myths with vaccine hesitant patients, the impact misinformation has on the future of medicine and the latest information on omicron.

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COVID-19 Treatment Guideline co-authors Rajesh Gandhi, MD, FIDSA of Harvard University and Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, FIDSA of the Cleveland Clinic give an update on COVID-19 therapeutics and discuss two recently published papers in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

Lessons learned from COVID-19 therapies: Critical perspectives from the IDSA COVID-19 treatment guideline panel: https://academic.oup.com/cid/advance-article/doi/10.1093/cid/ciab882/6398589

Therapeutic Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) During Pandemics: Double-Edged Swords: https://academic.oup.com/cid/advance-article/doi/10.1093/cid/ciab880/6398590

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Moderator Neil Skolnik, MD and IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-author John Lynch, MD, FIDSA discuss the new IDSA guidance on infection prevention for healthcare personnel caring for patients with suspected or known COVID-19.

The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines.

For the full version of the guidelines presented, please go to https://www.idsociety.org/practice-guideline/covid-19-guideline-infection-prevention/ (published 11/4/2021)


Presented by:

Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health

John B. Lynch, M.D. is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Direct download: Covid-19_Infection_Prevention.mp3
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Moderator Neil Skolnik, MD and IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-author John Lynch, MD, FIDSA discuss the new IDSA guidance on infection prevention for healthcare personnel caring for patients with suspected or known COVID-19.

The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines.

For the full version of the guidelines presented, please go to https://www.idsociety.org/practice-guideline/covid-19-guideline-infection-prevention/ (published 11/4/2021)


Presented by:

Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health

John B. Lynch, M.D. is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Direct download: Covid-19_Infection_Prevention.mp3
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In honor of Native American Heritage Month, COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network Associate Editor Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH, leads a panel discussion with Luke John Day, MD of UCSF, Sophie Neuner, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, and Jessica Snowden, MD, FIDSA of UAMS. The group discusses the importance of visibility of native people, historic and modern reasons for mistrust of the health care system, strategies for providing culturally inclusive care and the impact COVID-19 has had on native communities.

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IDSA President Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA is joined by Congresswoman Lori Trahan (D-MA) and IDSA Advocacy Liaison Kinna Thakarar, DO to discuss the Bolstering Infectious Outbreaks (BIO) Preparedness Workforce Act, new bipartisan legislation that would provide loan repayment for medical professionals who work in bio-preparedness or provide infectious diseases care in underserved areas or clinics and facilities that receive federal funding.

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Are current vaccination rates in the U.S. enough to bring an end to the pandemic? Keipp Talbot, MD, FIDSA of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Amber Clayton of the Society for Human Resource Management join us to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccination and employer vaccine mandates.

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How is the Delta variant impacting COVID-19 vaccine performance? Why are only certain populations being considered for boosters? Steven Pergam, MD, FIDSA of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Walter Orenstein, MD, FIDSA of Emory University answer these questions and more.

*This episode was recorded on Oct. 5, 2021.

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IDSA President-Elect Carlos del Rio, MD, FIDSA moderates a discussion with Lilian Abbo, MD, FIDSA, Angelica Cifuentes Kottkamp, MD, and Robert Rodriguez, MD on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the Latinx community, cultural nuances and practices for engaging in an effective and culturally competent patient-provider relationship and the progress made in developing pathways for the next generation of Hispanic physicians.

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With children across the U.S. back in school, have mitigation strategies been effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19? Dr. Jason Newland of Washington University and Noelle Ng of the School Superintendents Association give an update on infection rates among children and share their thoughts on the Delta variant, mask mandates, and testing programs in schools.

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In this episode, Dr. Ricardo Franco, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Dr. Josh Barocas, Associate Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases Physician at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, examine the COVID-19 Delta variant surge, heated debates surrounding school masking guidelines, and how our nation and the world will achieve herd immunity.

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In this episode moderator, Dr. David Weber, asks Dr. Marci Drees, Dr. Trini Mathew, and Dr. Sharon Wright questions surrounding the July 13th multi-society statement about COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. Questions focus on how the societies developed this statement, why it was important to create this statement now, legal & human resources considerations, and more.
(Rebroadcast of SHEA Podcast)

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With schools set to re-open, the number of children COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise, and vaccinations not yet authorized for children under age 12, what is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself and others? Dr. Preeti Malani, of the University of Michigan, and Dr. Tina Tan, of Northwestern University, weigh in on back-to-school and vaccination policies.

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COVID-19: the race between the variants and the vaccinations. Do desperate times call for desperate measures? HIVMA Chair Rajesh Gandhi, MD, with Harvard University, and 2020 IDSA Society Citation Awardee Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, with the Cleveland Clinic, discuss COVID-19 treatments: the knowns, unknowns, and important factors in stemming the future of the pandemic.

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Vaccination rates are inconsistent around the U.S. and globally. Is it safe to travel for summer vacations? Trish Perl, MD, FIDSA, of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and Preeti Malani, MD, FIDSA, of the University of Michigan, join us to discuss summer vacationing, travel, and how to be safe.

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Is the “Fauci effect” enough to attract the number of doctors needed into the field of ID? In this episode, IDSA President Barbara Alexander, MD, FIDSA is joined by Wendy Armstrong, MD, FIDSA, of Emory University School of Medicine, and Michael Melia, MD, FIDSA, of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, to discuss the current state of the ID Match and IDSA’s efforts to address recruitment into the field as well as its mentorship and professional development efforts.

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In this episode, produced in partnership with the Mycoses Study Group Education and Research Consortium (MSGERC), we discuss Mucormycosis: the deadly fungal infection affecting COVID-19 patients in India with IDSA and MSGERC members, Ilan Schwartz, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alberta, and Andrej Spec, MD, MS, Associate Director of the Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Unit, Director of the Invasive Mycoses Clinic, and Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

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The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines.

For the full version of the guidelines presented, please go to www.idsociety.org.

Presented by:

Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health

Stuart Johnson, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center; Clinician Researcher, Departments of Research and Medicine, Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital

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IDSA Board members Dr. Angela Caliendo, MD, PhD, FIDSA, Professor and Executive Vice Chair of Medicine at Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and Dr. Kimberly Hanson, MD, Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine discuss Antigen Testing: What it is, what role testing will play from a screening perspective, and testing effectiveness.

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In this episode, we discuss the CDC’s new masking guidance, the recommendations, surrounding challenges, and a return to the abnormal with IDSA Board Member and Fellow Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Dr. Joshua Barocas, member of IDSA’s Public Health Committee and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine and Infectious Diseases physician at Boston Medical Center.
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IDSA members Krutika Kuppali, MD, of the Medical University of South Carolina, and Dawd Siraj, MD, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, discuss the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in India and whether the African continent will face a similar wave soon.

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IDSA members Susan Kline, MD, of the University of Minnesota, Monica Gandhi, MD, of UC-San Francisco, and Jason Newland, MD, of Washington University, share thoughts about gatherings, mask protocol, and the trajectory of COVID-19 over the summer.

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IDSA members Amesh Adalja, MD, of Johns Hopkins University, and Ali Mokdad, MD, of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, discuss the Covid-19 forecast for the months ahead and what we can do to prevent future surges in cases.

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IDSA members Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, and Rajesh Gandhi, MD, of the Massachusetts General Hospital, discuss what we've learned about COVID-19 treatments as the pandemic has progressed.

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IDSA members Anna Person, MD of Vanderbilt University and Kristin Englund, MD of the Cleveland Clinic discuss COVID-19 recovery and the special rehabilitation considerations and resources needed to treat patients.

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IDSA President Barbara Alexander, MD, FIDSA sits down with IDSA/HIVMA member and CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, FIDSA to talk about what it has been like to take over the helm of the nation’s top public health agency in the midst of a global pandemic and how her career in infectious diseases helped prepare her for this moment. The two also discuss Dr. Walensky’s priorities beyond the pandemic, her thoughts on the ID workforce and how IDSA, HIVMA and CDC might work together on common goals.

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In this episode, produced in partnership with the American Geriatrics Society, we discuss issues surrounding vaccinating vulnerable populations with IDSA member Dr. Joshua Barocas and American Geriatrics Society members, Drs. Timothy Farrell and Melissa Dattalo.

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On April 13, 2021, the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine after cases of a rare form of blood clotting were reported. In this episode, produced in partnership with the American Society of Hematology, we explore the topic of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia with hematologists Dr. Jean Connors of Harvard Medical School and Dr. Lisa Baumann Kreuziger of the Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin.

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What have we learned from COVID-19 and how we can be better prepared for future pandemics? IDSA Treasurer Dr. Helen Boucher of Tufts Medical Center, Dr. Angelica Kottkamp of New York University and Dr. Dial Hewlett of the Westchester Department of Health discuss key takeaways. 

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What are the most important considerations for full-time in-person learning? When can we expect to see widespread vaccination initiatives for children under the age of 16? Preeti Malani, MD, FIDSA and Tina Tan, MD, FIDSA discuss updates and challenges with in-person learning.

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With the accelerated distribution of vaccines, does COVID-19 testing still matter? How reliable are the new, home test kits? IDSA members Mary Hayden, MD, FIDSA of Rush Medical College and Romney Humphries, MD of Vanderbilt University Medical Center share updated considerations for COVID-19 diagnostic testing.

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What drug therapies are producing the best outcomes in patients hospitalized with COVID-19? What are the differences in treating patients suffering from severe COVID in the ICU setting versus those receiving non-critical treatment? Dr. Adarsh Bhimraj of the Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Laura Evans, Director of Critical Care at the University of Washington Medical Center, join us to discuss treating hospitalized patients with COVID-19, including the challenges clinicians are facing.

This episode is produced in partnership with the Society of Critical Care Medicine. 

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What strategies have been the most successful in boosting vaccine distribution and administration, and what key hurdles remain? When can low-risk populations expect to receive the vaccine? Dr. Saad Omer of Yale University and Dr. Matthew Zahn of Orange County Health Care Agency discuss the latest challenges, milestones and issues surrounding COVID-19 vaccine distribution. 

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How can ID physicians advocate for improved physician value and compensation? In this episode, IDSA President Barbara Alexander, MD, FIDSA is joined by IDSA President-Elect Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and Steven Schmitt, MD, FIDSA of the Cleveland Clinic to discuss increasing awareness, public support and compensation for ID professionals.

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Should expectant mothers get the COVID-19 vaccine? What do we know about the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine in people with HIV? In this episode, we discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and its possible effect on special populations, such as people living with HIV, pregnant people, and the transplant community with Dr. Rachel Bender Ignacio of the University of Washington, Dr. Denise Jamieson of Emory University and Dr. Aruna Subramanian of Stanford University.

This episode is produced in partnership with the American Society of Transplantation and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 

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Guideline Update: 2020 Guideline on Diagnosis and Management of Babesiosis

The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines.

For the full version of the guidelines presented, please go to idsociety.org or see the full article in Clinical Infectious Diseases Volume 72, Issue 2, 15 January 2021, Pages e49–e64, https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciaa1216

Presented by:
Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health

Peter Krause, M.D., Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine, in New Haven, CT

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Can masks be removed in crowds or at gatherings if everyone has received the vaccine? What's currently known about effectiveness of the vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 variants and how will it influence recommendations on mask wearing and social distancing? Dr. Joshua Barocas of Boston University School of Medicine and Dr. Ricardo Franco of the University of Alabama at Birmingham answer these questions and more. 

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The Infectious Diseases Society of America's Guideline Podcast provides concise summaries of the most important IDSA guidelines.

For the full version of the guidelines presented, please go to www.idsociety.org or see the full article in Clinical Infectious Diseases, ciaa1215, https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciaa1215 Published: 30 November 2020    

Presented by:

Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health

Paul Auwaerter, M.D. is a professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and serves as the clinical director of the Division of Infectious Diseases.

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Should individuals who have already had COVID-19 be vaccinated? In this episode, Rajesh Gandhi, MD, FIDSA of Massachusetts General Hospital and Hana El Sahly, MD, FIDSA of Baylor College of Medicine discuss considerations when administering the COVID-19 vaccine to those with prior COVID-19 infection. 

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IDSA President Barbara Alexander, M.D., FIDSA is joined by Luciana Borio, MD, a member of the COVID-19 Advisory Board that convened during the Biden-Harris transition, to discuss the Administration’s COVID-19 strategy, vaccine production and distribution, EUA guidance for COVID-19 therapies and the importance of masking policies.

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Preliminary reports indicate some COVID-19 patients may develop a so-called “post-acute COVID-19 syndrome,” in which they experience persistent symptoms after recovering from their initial illness. The syndrome appears to affect those with mild as well as moderate-to-severe disease.

In this episode, we're joined by American Thoracic Society member, Dr. Vinay Gupta and Society of Critical Care Medicine member, Dr. Meghan Lane-Fall to discuss what's currently known about the syndrome, also known as Long COVID, and the challenges it presents to both patients and clinicians.

For more information on Long COVID, visit the COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network

This episode is in partnership with the American Thoracic Society and the Society of Critical Care Medicine.

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We discuss the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 variants in the U.S. and the impact they'll have on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments with Kathryn Edwards, MD, FIDSA of Vanderbilt University and Mirella Salvatore, MD, FIDSA with Weill Cornell Medicine. 

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In this episode, we explore the Theater of War production and learn how it’s being used as a tool to help frontline healthcare workers cope with the dire realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and focus on better mental health. To discuss are Theater of War Productions Artistic Director, Bryan Doerries and American College of Emergency Physician members, Dr. Diane Birnbaumer of UCLA and Dr. Jay Kaplan of Louisiana State University.

This episode is in partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians.

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IDSA President Barbara Alexander, M.D., FIDSA speaks with IDSA Senior Vice President Amanda Jezek about how ID physicians can help shape policy on issues such as AMR and physician compensation. Dr. Alexander explains that, even in the midst of COVID, it’s important to continue promoting the value of ID.

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IDSA member Dr. Javeed Siddiqui of TeleMed2U and Dr. Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts with the American Academy of Family Physicians Commission on Quality and Practice join us discuss the rise of telehealth and how it can utilized to treat and care for those battling COVID-19.

This episode is in partnership with the American Academy of Family Physicians. 

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COVID-19 Testing Guideline Panel members Angela Caliendo, M.D., FIDSA of Brown University and Cesar Arias, M.D., FIDSA of the University of Texas discuss recent changes made to IDSA's COVID-19 Diagnostic Guidelines. 

Direct download: Jan_16_Diagnostic_Guidelines.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

IDSA Board member John Lynch, M.D., FIDSA, & SHEA/IDSA member Erica Shenoy, M.D., FIDSA discuss how to create safe environments across medical facility departments while treating COVID-19 patients. This episode was produced in partnership with the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.

Direct download: Jan_9_-_Creating_Safer_Environments.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

How do monoclonal antibody treatments help combat COVID-19? In this episode, we discuss the latest information on monoclonal antibodies with Dr. Eric Daar of UCLA Medical Center, Dr. Alyssa Letourneau of Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Roger Bedimo of the VA North Texas Health Care System.

Direct download: Dec_19_-_Monoclonal_Antibodies_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

How safe and efficient are the current COVID-19 vaccine candidates? How are public health systems and health care providers preparing for vaccine administration? Buddy Creech, M.D. and Kathryn Edwards, M.D., FIDSA of Vanderbilt University and Dial Hewlett, M.D., FIDSA of the Westchester County Department of Health answer those questions and more. 

Direct download: Vaccine_update_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Dr. Tom Fekete of Temple University, Dr. Eric Wei of Elmhurst Hospital and Dr. Mark Rudolph of Sound Physicians discuss the toll COVID-19 has taken on the mental health of frontline healthcare professionals and why mental health resources and support services are more important than ever. 

The episode is in partnership with the Society of Hospital Medicine. 

Direct download: Dec_5_-_Frontline_Mental_Health.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

ABC Chief Medical Correspondent Jennifer Ashton, M.D. joins us to discuss mask mandates, how to reenergize the public's focus on COVID-19 precautions, tips for staying safe this holiday season & why self-care is more important than ever.

Direct download: Nov_23_-_Jennifer_Ashton.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:32am PDT

From an upbringing in rural North Carolina to becoming the Director of Transplant Infectious Diseases Service at Duke University, get to know IDSA's newest president, Barbara Alexander, M.D., FIDSA, including her plans for the society. IDSA CEO Chris Busky guest moderates.

Direct download: Nov_21_-_IDSA_President_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

What does COVID-19 data modeling tell us to expect over the next six months? Amesh Adalja, M.D., FIDSA of Johns Hopkins University and Ali Mokdad, PhD of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation join us to share the forecast.

Direct download: Nov_14_Metrics.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

"In this pandemic, we’re not only fighting a virus, we’re also fighting an 'infodemic.'" IDSA Board members Wendy Armstrong, M.D., FIDSA, and Carlos del Rio, M.D., FIDSA of Emory University discuss the ongoing spread of COVID-19 misinformation and ways to combat it. 

Direct download: Misinformation.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

IDSA Board members Jeanne Marrazzo, M.D., FIDSA & John Lynch, M.D. discuss where we are seven months into the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons we’ve learned thus far.

Direct download: Where_are_We_Now_revised.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

We discuss how to navigate the upcoming holiday season and family gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr. Jason Newland of Washington University and Dr. Susan Kline of the University of Minnesota.

Direct download: Holidays.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:26am PDT

IDWeek Chair Inger Damon, M.D., Ph.D., FIDSA shares what to expect during the year’s premier infectious diseases event. 

Direct download: IDWeek_episode.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Is in-person learning now considered safe? How can schools prepare for the upcoming winter months? IDSA Board member Tina Tan, M.D., FIDSA of Northwestern University and Preeti Malani, M.D., FIDSA of the University of Michigan join us to share an update on COVID-19 and schools.

Direct download: Update_on_Schools.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

"There’s only one enemy here and that enemy is a virus...the more we stick together, learn with each other, support each other, the more we can gain the upper hand."

Former CDC director and President & CEO of Resolve to Save Lives, Tom Frieden, M.D., joins us to discuss the biggest obstacles the U.S. is facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including vaccine distribution, testing & guidance changes.

Direct download: Frieden_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

What special type of preparations should long-term care facilities deploy in order to keep their residents, staff and visitors from contracting or spreading COVID-19? Dr. Alice Kim of the Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Sean Cannone (D.O.), a geriatric specialist at Summa Western Reserve Hospital, join us to discuss issues surrounding COVID-19 in long-term care facilities.

Direct download: Long_Term_Care_facilities_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

What do we know about the genetic diversity of SARS-CoV-2 and does an increase in mutations mean COVID-19 is getting more harmful over time? Dr. Adam Lauring of the University of Michigan and Dr. Stanley Perlman of the University of Iowa join us to discuss mutations of the COVID-19 virus.

Direct download: Mutations.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 9:30pm PDT

ER physicians Sandy Schneider, M.D. of the American College of Emergency Physicians & Edward Michelson, M.D. of Texas Tech University Health Services Center discuss issues surrounding COVID-19 and influenza, treatment of each, their effects on medical facilities and how health care professionals can deal with the added challenge. 

Direct download: Influenza_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

What are the benefits and trade-offs of saliva testing compared to other COVID-19 testing methods? IDSA Diagnostics Committee member Dr. Francesca Lee of the University of Texas and Dr. Nathan Grubaugh of Yale School of Public Health join us to discuss the latest on saliva testing. 

Direct download: Saliva_testing.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:12am PDT

CDC global health experts Dr. Barbara Marston & Dr. Nancy Knight join us to discuss the agency’s role in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic globally.

Direct download: CDC_Global_Health.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Monica Gandhi, M.D. of the University of California, San Francisco and Chip Schooley, M.D., FIDSA of the University of California, San Diego discuss COVID-19 prevention and why widespread and continued mask use is critical in the fight against the pandemic. 

Direct download: Prevention_and_Masking_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Drs. Robin Trotman of Cox Health and Inessa Gendlina of Montefiore Medical Center discuss the long-term effects of COVID-19 and how to manage recovered patients.

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Direct download: Management_of_Recovered_Patients_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:40am PDT

What are the advantages & limitations of COVID-19 antibody testing? Kim Hanson, M.D. of the University of Utah & IDSA Secretary Angela Caliendo, M.D., FIDSA of Brown University shares key takeaways from IDSA’s new serology guidelines

Direct download: Antibody_Guidelines_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

"We know from experience now that we cannot lost our corporate memory. We must be prepared for the next outbreak as we struggle through this one." NIAID Director and IDSA member Anthony Fauci, M.D., FIDSA shares ID insights on the COVID-19 pandemic with guest moderator Carlos del Rio, M.D., FIDSA and answers questions submitted by IDSA members. 

Direct download: Fauci_sans_music.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 9:00pm PDT

Dr. Jason Newland of Washington University and Dr. Elisa Choi of Harvard University join us to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on routine medical care, and the dangers of delaying health care and necessary medical procedures.

Direct download: Dont_Delay_Your_Health.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Is pooled testing the answer to the current testing challenges? What are its limitations? Dr. Romney Humphries of Vanderbilt University and Dr. Melissa Miller of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill join us to discuss the benefits and questions surrounding COVID-19 pooled testing practices. 

Direct download: Pooled_Testing_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Are high school, college & professional sports safe to play right now? Dr. John Swartzberg of UC Berkley and Dr. Colleen Kraft of Emory University explain how COVID-19 will impact the world of sports.

Direct download: Sports.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

Is air travel actually safe right now? Dr. Trish Perl of UT Southwestern Medical Center and Tori Barnes, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy with the U.S. Travel Association join us to address concerns and questions surrounding travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Direct download: Travel_final.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Dr. Jonathan Iralu of Indian Health Service and Dr. Donald Warne, director of Indians into Medicine, of the University of North Dakota join us to discuss the disparities COVID-19 has brought to light within the Native American population.

Direct download: Native_American_Populations_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:36am PDT

From the importance of monitoring community spread to best practices for screening, Wendy Armstrong, M.D., FIDSA of Emory University, Tina Tan, M.D., FIDSA of Northwestern University & Noelle Ellerson Ng, Associate Executive Director, Advocacy and Governance of the Schools Superintendents Association, share how schools and parents should navigate reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Direct download: Schools_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:02am PDT

Will re-opening plans be undone by off-campus social life? Preeti Malani, M.D., FIDSA of the University of Michigan and Carlos del Rio, M.D., FIDSA of Emory University discuss the obstacles colleges and universities will face amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Direct download: Colleges_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 11:00pm PDT

We discuss how health care organizations have been impacted financially by COVID-19, how they're responding and what the plans are for recovery with Russ Petrak, M.D., FIDSA of Metro ID Consultants, Steven Gordon, M.D., FIDSA of the Cleveland Clinic and William Schpero of Cornell Medical College.

*This podcast episode was funded by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number 6 NU50CK000477-04-01). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this podcast do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

Direct download: Economic_Impact_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 5:56am PDT

Guest moderator Dr. Jasmine Marcelin is joined by Drs. Magdala Chery, Jacinda Abdul & Jessica Queen to discuss the systemic barriers that COVID-19 has brought to light & how health care providers can take action.

*This podcast episode was funded by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number 6 NU50CK000477-04-01). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this podcast do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

Direct download: Face_of_Disparity_-_Views_Expressed.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 3:00am PDT

How quickly will a COVID-19 vaccine be available, and will it be safe and effective? Dr. Kathryn Edwards of Vanderbilt University and Dr. Walter Orenstein of Emory University join us to discuss the status of a COVID-19 vaccine and the steps necessary to distribute an effective one.

*This podcast episode was funded by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number 6 NU50CK000477-04-01). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this podcast do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

Direct download: Vaccines_alternative.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:09am PDT

IDSA Global Health Committee Chair Dr. Judith Wasserheit of the University of Washington and Dr. Charles Holmes of Georgetown University join us to discuss the critical role of the World Health Organization in COVID-19 response efforts & how its defunding could impact our ability to prevent, detect & respond to future pandemics.

*This episode was recorded prior to the White House’s announcement on July 7th that the U.S. is officially terminating relations with the WHO.

Direct download: WHO_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 6:22am PDT

We’re joined by Drs. Adarsh Bhimraj of the Cleveland Clinic & Rajesh Gandhi of Massachusetts General Hospital to discuss all things remdesivir, including how the antiviral combats COVID-19, what will happen if supplies are depleted & the latest clinical trial information.

Direct download: Remdesivir_mixdown.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 7:14am PDT

“This is a long game and we’re maybe in the second inning." Dr. Anurag Malani of St. Joseph Mercy Health System & Dr. Dial Hewlett of Westchester County Department of Health-Disease Control discuss future waves of COVID-19 and how to lessen risks and severity. 

Direct download: Second_wave.mp3
Category:medicine -- posted at: 2:00am PDT