Crisis Communication; Physicians Aren’t the Most Trusted

Welcome to this week’s edition of Healthcare Career Insights. This weekly roundup highlights healthcare career-related articles culled from across the Web to help you learn what’s next.When a crisis occurs, communication is key — Solutions for 5 top challenges (Physicians Practice)Who has the most credibility in healthcare? It’s not physicians — Why nurses are the…Continue Reading

Qatar says deal to end Gulf crisis will not change its ties with Iran

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As Covid crisis grows, many California businesses flout the rules

SAN DIEGO — Up and down the coastal boulevards of San Diego County, restaurants are buzzing with commerce as customers in sunglasses enjoy cocktails and bar food al fresco.Sandwich boards placed on sidewalks advertise the services of massage parlors that had been closed for months. Some Southern California gyms are allowing muscle-building indoors. And tribal…Continue Reading

EFSA holds crisis training with fictional outbreak

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has held an online workshop on crisis preparedness, giving attention to fast-evolving, largescale foodborne disease outbreaks. Sixty-three participants attended plenary and/or working group activity sessions across two days. During the first day, there was a two-hour discussion exercise on incident response in the case of a fast-evolving, largescale foodborne…Continue Reading

PPE Shortage Crisis Continues at Most Hospitals, Survey Shows

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. A majority of hospitals and healthcare facilities surveyed report operating according to “crisis standards of care” as they struggle to provide sufficient personal protective equipment (PPE). For example, in a national survey, 73% of 1083 infection prevention experts said respirator shortages…Continue Reading

Covid-19 crisis: Normal life back likely next winter, says BioNTech CEO

BioNTech co-founder Uğur Şahin told BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday: “this winter will be hard and the vaccine will not have a big impact on the infection numbers TopicsPfizer | Coronavirus Vaccine Agencies  |  Mainz (Germany)  Last Updated at November 16, 2020 00:39 IST The scientist behind the first potential Covid-19 vaccine to clear…Continue Reading

The Constitution Is the Crisis

It is an almost entirely foregone conclusion that Amy Coney Barrett will be seated on the Supreme Court, cementing a 6–3 conservative majority that will serve as an obstacle to Joe Biden’s policy agenda should he and the Democratic Party win full control of government in November. As everyone by now knows, that’s a majority…Continue Reading