Join Absolute EHS as we learn all about coronaviruses, bacteria, and other germs with Dr. Lucy Perrotta, a neonatologist. We will discuss these diseases and how they affect pregnant women, new moms, and babies.
Note: A technical difficulty cut off part of Dr. Perrotta’s background. She is a neonatologist, which is a sub-specialty of pediatrics. Dr. Perrotta was part of the first group of doctors to be board certified in this sub-specialty.
Join Absolute EHS as we discuss the importance of continuing to socially distance and isolate despite our inherent need to be social creatures with Dr. Jean* who works as a social psychologist in public health*. As Dr. Jean says, PHYSICALLY isolating is different from SOCIALLY isolating. That is a key to her success.
*Full name and employer name withheld intentionally.
What is your stay at home story?
Absolute EHS covered a different type of front line worker in this audio-only podcast. Lauren* has been working in the sex industry for years and has used those proceeds to pay for nursing school and supplement her income from her home healthcare job. Once the pandemic struck New York, the sex industry became flooded, her home healthcare hours were slashed, and her nursing degree went from in-person to online education with no perceptible plan. Join me and hear her story.
PPE and Policy Procedures for Medical First Responders: Guest Speaker Lt. Andrew Haber
How to Stay Positive: Guest Speaker Debra DeLorenzo of Positive Psychology Life Coaching