I got the COVID Vaccine, have you?

By Michael Wong, JD (Executive Director, Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety) Here is my story of efforts to get the COVID vaccine, waiting, waiting, and more waiting … and then finally receiving the first dose of Pfizer COVID vaccine. Like many people around the country – and indeed the world – I met theContinue reading “I got the COVID Vaccine, have you?”

Protecting Your Mental Health During COVID-19

By Regina Wheeler (e-Learning consultant at Write My Dissertation and PhD Kingdom; contributing writer at Next Coursework) There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the world, and has had people worrying for their safety. While this can be a scary time for so many, that doesn’t mean that your mental health has toContinue reading “Protecting Your Mental Health During COVID-19”

Could COVID-19 Be Tied To Hearing Loss?

By Pauline Dinnauer (VP, Audiological Care, Connect Hearing) Just because it’s 2021, doesn’t mean the pandemic has ended. New Year’s Eve didn’t come with the flip of some magical switch that made COVID-19 disappear. COVID-19 is still very real, and very dangerous. According to John Hopkins University, the virus has already claimed over two millionContinue reading “Could COVID-19 Be Tied To Hearing Loss?”

Top 10 Patient Safety Posts of 2020: Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety Wishes You a Safe and Happy New Year!

As we bid farewell – or, perhaps good riddance to 2020 – here are our top patient safety posts for 2020. 2020 was definitely a COVID-19 year! 4 out of 5 of our posts for 2020 were about COVID-19, and one of these COVID posts was submitted to us by a doctor from Alaska. #1Continue reading “Top 10 Patient Safety Posts of 2020: Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety Wishes You a Safe and Happy New Year!”