Hello + welcome to this tiny space on the internet! I created this blog (+ changed the name twice since) 14 years ago as a creative outlet from my career in the emergency room as a PA. After spending the past 7 (or so) years on social media outlets, I have decided to delete all of the ones associated with this blog and get back to the heart of blogging.
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Today we are diving into a rapid fire question and answer session about the COVID vaccines with infectious disease epidemiologist, Jessica Malaty Rivera. Jessica and I both receive numerous questions daily regarding the COVID-19 vaccination. These are questions that many of you have, so this episode will help us all understand everything more clearly. Jessica will break down the science behind the vaccines and address the theories and myths circulating around them. We will also both share our experiences of being vaccinated.
Jessica has dedicated the last 15 years of her career to infectious disease research, public health policy, and vaccine advocacy. She earned her Masters of Science Degree in emerging infectious diseases from Georgetown University School of Medicine. Her specialty is in translating complex scientific concepts into impactful judgement free and accessible information for a diverse audience. She is currently the science communication lead for the COVID tracking project at the Atlantic. She is also a member of the COVID-19 dispersed volunteer research network and an expert contributor for the NBC Bay Area and CNN.
Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice. The information on this podcast is for informational purposes only. No material on this site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.