The Sudden Appearance of SARS-CoV2
COVID-19 and Disaster Preparedness
COVID-19: A Patient's Perspective
COVID-19: A Family's Perspective
COVID-19: A Healthcare Provider's Perspective
Allocating Scarce Medical Resources: Inequity in the Face of a Crisis
COVID-19 and Risk Exposure of the Frontline: Heroes or Martyrs?
COVID-19 and the Role of Medical Professional Societies
COVID-19: Treatment and Trials
COVID-19 and Government Decision Making
COVID-19: Lockdown or not?
COVID-19: Politics and Health
The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Oil Industry
Millennials and the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19: Data Collection and Transparency Among Countries
Brazil's Battle Against COVID-19
The Disproportionate Burden of COVID-19 in Africa
How the Middle East is Facing COVID-19
The COVID-19 Pandemic in India
Life after COVID-19: future directions?
Providing a broad, global view of all aspects related to preparation for and management of SARS-CoV2, COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from the Frontline explores and challenges the basis of knowledge, the transmission of information, and the preparation and epidemiology tactics of healthcare systems worldwide. This timely and provocative volume presents real-world viewpoints from leaders in different areas of health management, who address questions such as: What will we do differently if another pandemic comes? Have we learned from our mistakes? Can we do better? This practical, wide-ranging approach also covers the problem of contrasting sources, health system preparedness, effective preparation of and protection offered to individual healthcare professionals, and the human tragedy surrounding the pandemic.
Offers a global perspective on how the COVID-19 pandemic was handled, things that went wrong, and things that could be done differently in the future.
Covers multiple aspects of the pandemic, including disaster preparedness; perspectives from patients, families, and healthcare providers; inequity of medical resources; risk exposure on the frontline; government decision making; lockdowns; the role of politics; the burden of COVID-19 in various countries worldwide; and future directions.
Reflects on the role of professional societies and NGOs in advising governments and supranational organizations.
Features a diverse list of contributors, including health decision makers and frontline healthcare personnel.
By Jorge Hidalgo, MD, Professor of Critical Care Head of the Division of Critical Care Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Belize City, Belize; Gloria Rodríguez-Vega , MD, FACP, FCCP, MCCM, Neurosurgical ICU HIMA-San Pablo Caguas Rio Peidras, PR, USA and Javier Pérez-Fernández, MD, Medical Director, Critical Care Services Baptist Hospital of Miami; Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Miami, FL, USA