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Alumni in Healthcare: Insights from the Front Lines - Shared screen with speaker view
Edwin Lugo
22:49
Absolutely a multi faceted approach is critical moving forward physical emotional and spiritual
Baruch Alumni Relations
23:27
Absolutely Edwin! Thanks for sharing.
Michael Ross
25:08
What was your greatest frustration during this crisis?
Baruch Alumni Relations
25:46
Thanks for your question, Michael. Any panelist in particular you’d like to direct that question to?
Chaplain Barry Pitegoff
26:27
If the discussion moves to more spiritual needs topics, I am on as an observer and a resource. I am a Baruch Alumnus and I am a Hospital Chaplain. The Alumni Affairs office has a Q&A with me coming out next week. I love my Bruch experience and am a resource to all of you. Thank you all.
Baruch Alumni Relations
26:59
Thanks for joining us, Barry! Appreciate you being here and all you are doing during this time.
Michael Ross
27:29
My question is to any of the panelists.
Baruch Alumni Relations
27:40
Thanks, Michael! Will do.
Baruch Alumni Relations
29:17
Does anyone have any questions about myths and facts about cover? Please feel free to direct them here and we will address them a little later.
Edwin Lugo
31:01
is ordering take out food okay
Baruch Alumni Relations
31:59
Thanks Edwin!
Baruch Alumni Relations
33:58
Interesting insight, Anisha.
Michael Ross
34:32
What's the risk going to a doctor's office for a routine checkup?
Michael Ross
35:08
What masks REALLY work?
Baruch Alumni Relations
35:44
Thanks for your questions, Michael!
Michael Ross
37:22
Anisha - What additional support would have made this better for you and your patients?
Mehnaz
38:05
There are currently discussions about unexpected/severe damage to covid19 patients’ renal functions, and the lack of sufficient dialysis machines. Have any of the panelists also seen an increase in kidney damage among covid19 patients or experienced a shortage of dialysis machines? Thank you!
Baruch Alumni Relations
38:27
Thanks for your question, Mehnaz!
Chaplain Barry Pitegoff
38:40
A question for any or all panelists. What changes do you see in hospital patient care that will probably stay in place after the crisis abates because they are just good ideas and good improvements?
Baruch Alumni Relations
39:17
Thank you, Barry!
Baruch Alumni Relations
40:03
I think we’re all with you on that one, Anisha!
James Jiao
41:19
Do you think the current situation is getting better, the virus is being control?what do we need to award of if they city reopen. thank you!
Baruch Alumni Relations
41:48
Thanks for your question, James!
Michael Ross
42:16
Where can I get a "real" N95 mask?
Michael Ross
42:59
How can I be sure the mask is legitimate?
Baruch Alumni Relations
44:06
Thanks for your questions, Michael!
Baruch Alumni Relations
45:06
Does anyone have any questions about how hospitals are operating and supporting their staff during this crisis? Please direct them here!
Lisa Chu
47:14
There are Covid areas and non Covid areas inside a hospital. But I am worried about the air conditioning system inside the buildings to transmit the virus. What do hospitals do to make sure virus does not spread through their air systems?
Chaplain Barry Pitegoff
47:27
FYI - -As hospital chaplain, we responded to a request to open every 7am nurses’ shift change and report with a prayer and we will continue to do that even after the crisis abates.
Baruch Alumni Relations
47:33
Great question, Lisa. We will definitely address this.
Karen Tyson
51:54
Thank you for such a comprehensive presentation. With a sensitivity to the pandemic and current focus on support for COVID patients, if you’re interested in non-clinical career opportunities in the hospital (on the non-clinical/administrative side), how would we know when those types of positions would open up and when to apply. Can the panelists provide their contact information?
Baruch Alumni Relations
52:50
Thank you for your question, Karen!
Michael Ross
54:21
What drives all of you? I cannot imagine how you have continued to function during these stressful times. Are we prepared for a possible recurrence in the fall?
Abby Wong
01:11:42
thank you to all our healthcare professionals!
Edwin Lugo
01:17:14
You are all The Best thanks
James Jiao
01:18:28
Thank you very much!
Osmar
01:30:18
Thank you all. It’s been very informative