Post-COVID health: What will we need to catch up on?
- Recorded webcast (For a better experience, choose the Adobe Connect app instead of your browser to view the webcast.)
March 23, 2021, 1 p.m. ET
Note: This AHCJ webcast aired before one of the speakers, Howard Bauchner, M.D., was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation by the American Medical Association’s Journal Oversight Committee into a controversial JAMA podcast about structural racism in medicine. On June 1, 2021, he tendered his resignation effective June 30, 2021. The AHCJ webcast focused on looking forward about health care stories in coming months. AHCJ believes this webcast still contains valuable COVID-19 information for colleagues.
What health issues have been set aside during the pandemic, what are the ramifications of that and how will patients and doctors catch up?
Howard Bauchner, M.D., editor, JAMA, American Medical Association
Leana Wen, M.D., visiting professor of health policy and management, George Washington University
Moderator: Fran Kritz, freelance health care writer
Howard Bauchner, M.D., was appointed the 16th editor-in-chief of JAMA and the JAMA Network in 2011. Prior to coming to JAMA, Howard was a professor of pediatrics and public health at Boston University School of Medicine and editor-in-chief of Archives of Disease in Childhood (2003-2011). At BUSM he was vice chair of research for the Department of Pediatrics and chief, Division of General Pediatrics. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, United Kingdom. At JAMA, Bauchner has focused on publishing important and novel research articles and special communications, improving and expanding clinical content, using electronic/digital approaches to enhance communication, and ensuring a commitment to innovation.
Leana Wen, M.D., is an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at George Washington University, where she is also a distinguished fellow at the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity. She is an expert in public health preparedness and previously served as Baltimore's health commissioner. She’s the author of the book "When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests" and the forthcoming book, "Lifelines: A Doctor’s Journey in the Fight for Public Health." A contributing columnist for The Washington Post, Wen is a frequent guest commentator on the COVID-19 crisis.