From Pandemic to Endemic: Living with COVID-19
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From Pandemic to Endemic: Living with COVID-19

Join Dr. Ed Septimus, MD, FIDSA, FACP, FSHEA as he presents From Pandemic to Endemic: Living with COVID-19

It appears that we are transitioning from “pandemic” to “endemic”; that is, it appears that we will be living with the individual/familial/communal effects of COVID-19 for the next several years. Along the way, how do we manage risk, as other critical needs – and wants – re-emerge as priorities? How do we stay connected to one another, as distancing, masking, testing, and vaccinating redefine social norms? And, how do we adjust to an ever-evolving “new normal” while avoiding personal/professional burnout? Join Dr. Ed Septimus, a nationally recognized infectious disease expert, as he facilitates a discussion about our present and future.

Speaker: Dr. Edward Septimus, M.D., Infectious Diseases, Memorial Hermann, Clinical Professor, Texas A&M College of Medicine

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