Tag

Covid-19 | Danny van Leeuwen Health Hats

Covid-19 Testing. Still Complicated.

By Advocate, ePatient, Clinician, Podcasts No Comments

Following my person-first approach to health, let’s start with people’s circumstances and life flow, put testing into a context of managing the risk of COVID-19. Then let’s tackle what testing even means, what to expect from testing, and then circle back to the person – how do the results impact our circumstances and life flow? Read More

2021 Holiday Letter: Trust

By Advocate, Researcher, Caregiver, ePatient, Clinician, Leader, Family man, Musician, Podcasts 2 Comments

Overflowing with gratefulness in the New Year. Connection, family, music, activism. Sobered by grief for 1000s of lives lost each day. Theme this year: Trust. Read, listen, or watch this episode. Read More

Help the Helpers! Care for Healthcare Workers Now!

By Researcher, Caregiver, Clinician, Podcasts One Comment

I fear our limited capacity to care for each other during COVID-19. It’s not beds or equipment, rather a limit of caring people with expertise. All sorts of expertise. It’s a finite pool that we need to invest in and support for the long term – two weeks, a month, a year. I know many burning out expert healthcare workers ready to throw in the towel. Learn about Project COPE

Read More

Person-First Safe Living in a Pandemic #1

By Advocate, Researcher, Caregiver, ePatient, Clinician, Informaticist, Family man, Podcasts 6 Comments

How can laypeople find up-to-date, trustworthy answers to questions they have about living safely in an emergency, when they have them, in a useful manner? Part 1: a person-first approach for researchers & content creators to help people and their communities find trusted guidance to answer their questions about living safely in a Covid-19 world.

Read More

Safe Living in a Pandemic – Help!?

By Advocate, Researcher, Caregiver, ePatient, Informaticist, Family man, Podcasts 5 Comments

Why can’t we fill in personal data and routine community COVID stats into a web form and calculate our risk of infection and mortality? Anyone working on it? Plus another dose of unintended consequences. A brief episode with Health Hats.

Read More