Primary Viewpoints Episode 13: Possible Consequences of a Prolonged COVID-19 Era
The Primary Viewpoints podcast features informative conversations with health care experts, opinion leaders, and practicing physicians, about what impacts primary care medicine today.
In episode 13, New York City-based psychiatrist Samoon Ahmad, MD, discusses the impetus for his most recent book, Coping with COVID-19: The Mental, Medical, and Social Consequences of the Pandemic, and the complex sociocultural issues health care professionals will face going forward.
Samoon Ahmad, MD, is a clinical professor of psychiatry at New York University Grossman School of Medicine. He has been at Bellevue Hospital Center in Manhattan for 30 years, and has written in the past about human coping and resilience in the aftermath of disasters.
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