Category: COVID-19

Force Multiplier: Keeping Physicians in Healthcare through Hybrid Careers

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ A Millennial Doctor Speaks About Her Experience The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. If you’ve ever lived through a natural

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The War in Healthcare Is Still Raging: Millennial, Combat Veteran, and Emergency Medicine Doctor Shares How Healthcare Workers Are Suffering Moral Injury, Not Just Burnout

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. When Caitlin McCord Delaney, MD, sees her patients, she likes to see them

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What’s ‘Healthy’ Is Far More Than Meets the Eye: Utah Neonatologist, Dr. Sarah Bernstein, Shines a Light on Why We Should Rethink Our COVID-19 Risk

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. Sarah Bernstein, MD, MHA, knows what it’s like to be in something for

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Bridging the Divide: How Millennial and Founder of @MedExplained2You Conquered the Medical Information Gap and Physician Assistant Training During COVID-19

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those who are close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. Nicholas Romano, PA, has always wanted to be where the action

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COVID-19 ICU Nurse Finds Mental Healing of Patients and People Needs a Greater Focus After Caring for Many Fighting the Virus

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. When Rachel Robilio decided to become an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse,

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Racing to Find a Treatment: How An Infectious Disease Doctor is Applying Clinical Research to Find Ways for Decreasing COVID-19’s Impact on American Lives

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is the second in YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. It’s no secret that when it comes to public health in

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Intensive Care: How One Nurse Is Flattening the Curve at a Manhattan Hospital

By: Kristen DeCaires Gall, MPH The story below is the first of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. I’m based out of a college town in New Jersey, where

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