The Infectious Diseases Society of America’s podcast features discussions with experts on a range of topics related to infectious diseases including antimicrobial resistance, ID diagnostics and outbreaks such as COVID-19, Ebola and measles. Episodes on IDSA’s guidelines are also available.
COVID-19 & Pediatrics: The Path Ahead for Equity
In this rebroadcast of the COVID-19 Vaccination Education Roundtable Series, Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH and panelists discuss how to ensure COVID-19 vaccination equity for pediatric populations and ways to leverage the lessons learned to reduce the impact of future pandemics, particularly on marginalized and minoritized communities.
HIV and COVID-19 – What We’ve Learned
How has our knowledge of COVID-19 and how it affects people with HIV evolved? IDSA board member Max Brito, MD, FIDSA of the University of Illinois at Chicago and HIVMA board member Rachel Bender Ignacio, MD, FIDSA of the University of Washington discuss the latest COVID-19 clinical considerations for people with HIV and the broader impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the HIV community and efforts to end the HIV epidemic.
COVID-19 Vaccination for Children (July 2, 2022)
Pediatric infectious disease physicians Jason Newland, MD of Washington University of St. Louis and Buddy Creech, MD of Vanderbilt University Medical Center discuss the latest information on COVID-19 pediatric vaccination, including the recent approval of vaccines for children ages 0-5.
COVID-19 Outpatient Therapeutics (June 18, 2022)
COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network medical editors Varun Phadke, MD and Ethel Weld, MD discuss case studies on COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics.
The Latest on Paxlovid (June 4, 2022)
IDSA COVID-19 Guidelines co-author Amy Shumaker, PharmD and current co-chair of the HIVMA/IDSA HIV Primary Care Guidance Melanie Thompson, MD discuss recently issued guidance on Paxlovid, including managing drug interactions.
The Latest on COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters (May 21, 2022)
Emergency medicine physician Heatherlee Bailey, MD, FAAEM, FCCM of the Durham VA Medical Center and family medicine physician Scott Hartman, MD of the University of Rochester Medical Center discuss the latest COVID-19 vaccine booster recommendations.
*This episode was recorded on May 17, 2022 and produced in partnership with the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
Separation of positive kids from parents
Parents are fearful to have their children tested for covid because they may be separated from their parents.
Biased. Most do not read the data to really provide appropriate recommendations. Very generalized statements. I’m disappointed.
Useful, good format
I think the question and answer format is good. I think mentioning the strength of recommendation would be useful but these are available in the written guidelines.