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"dr suji" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

09:41 min | Last month

"dr suji" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And today we're going to have a deep dive into The current state of affairs with Cove it How do we explain the seemingly the seeming paradox of the fact that millions and millions of Americans are getting vaccinated? With incredibly safe and effective vaccines. And yet the messaging doesn't change. They're still recommendations for social distancing mask wearing avoiding gatherings. And in the spring and a sense of a feeling of renewal After a year of the pandemic. How are we going to reconcile this? With the population at large? And how are we going to come to terms with these discrepancies in fax? How do we deal with the fact that with Certainly with the need by the end of this month 50 million at the end of March. I should say that more than 50 million Americans will be vaccinated and there may be as many as 100 million Americans. Who have achieved immunity through infection, given the fact that although we know of 25 million known infections estimates are that there could be four undocumented. Asymptomatic or Miley symptomatic infections that took place for those that were tested in positive. With 150 million Americans. Getting closer to those herd immunity numbers. Once again we hear these mixed messages coming out. Where is what we're seeing is fabulous news. It's great. We're on our way. It's there's a light at the end of this tunnel, and then it feels like they keep extending the length of the tunnel. No gathering masks, social distancing. How do we reconcile? That's going to be part of today's topic, But much more than that much more about how do we get here? What is this? What does this portend for the future? And in terms of the risks of future pandemics, and just the nature of how the world has changed with the billions of a billion people and the fact that is as open called a flat world in which people are are traveling by the hundreds of thousands across the globe on a daily basis, if not by the millions. And all these things. How are they going to affect our future? So we've got two physicians who are both infectious disease, doctors with backgrounds and epidemiology from the Emory health system. We're going to help us sort this out. And so I think we're going to get some very practical information. But we're also going to get some interesting discussions about how we got here. And and what's our future? Look like we've got Dr Sushi sushi in Doran. It was an infectious disease physician and the hospital epidemiologist of both Emery ST Joseph's Hospital and every Johns Creek Hospital. He graduated from Medical School of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill were also completed A master in public health He completed residency training and internal medicine and Duke. Followed by Infectious Disease fellowship training at Mass General and the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. And now, after practicing in the Boston area, he joined Emory in 2019. We also have with him. Xanthia Wiley. She is a practicing physician within the Emory Division, infectious disease and the director of any microbial stewardship will learn about that over the course of the show. At Emory University Hospital in Midtown. She is a member of the Emory Department of Medicines, Diversity Equity and Inclusion Council and the Emory Collaborative Community Outreach and Health Disparities Research Initiative. Dr Wiley serves as the co lead of the Emory Healthcare Cove in 19 Treatment Guidance Committee and is dedicated to educating patients, health care providers and community organizations on coded 19. And health care disparities. Of course, as all the shows we welcome your comments your questions your experiences for oh 487207 54 4872. 07 50. And so Souci and Zambia. It's great to have you both here. Welcome. Thank you so much for having us Yeah. Thank you. The pleasure to be here. It's great, so again a lot to cover. Let's start with kind of the current messaging on, but I'll start with something that's going to be kind of. Ah, softball of a question to each of you. SOCOG. We'll start with you. Are you feeling optimistic? Or you still feeling overwhelmed? Uh, I guess is it possible to have both of those at the same time, But honestly, I am feel I feel in the cart moment. Optimistic. I think where at a check. We're at a time period. We have a really unique chance to You get a handle on this epidemic, you know, with the recent trends that we've seen over the last few weeks Ah, lot has come together to get us to this moment over the last couple of weeks. With, you know, now that you have a third vaccination. Um you know, I think Fundamentally, I'm optimistic, but I'm very guarded. You know, One thing that we've learned over the course of the pandemic is to sort of expect unexpected to expect surges at certain times. There. We have the tools right now to be able to prevent that in a big, big way, so I am optimistic. All right, Zampa, your turn. I completely agree with Dr Suji it um I started feeling more optimistic when we had the Moderna advisor vaccinations available towards the port the end of December. And from December to January to see from the peak in January. A nice, steady decline and new cases, of course make makes me happy. And, um, you know, just like Dr Susan just mentioned having Dr Johnson and Johnson vaccine available soon. Makes me hopeful as well. However you know the factory noon I took a look at the New York Times is coronavirus, Mass in case count, So taking a look at it? What? We're seeing it. Yes, we saw some nice steep declines, however, over the last few days Be declined, are slowing down a bit and the decline and deaths or swelling down a bit. So, so that's what makes Dr suited and myself. Yes, we're optimistic. But but guarded and watching things really closely and I'll be honest with you. I felt this way in July as well. Like old things are getting better. We're going to get back to our normal rise soon. And what happened? You know, several months later, we had the humongous Serge Yes, I'm pleased but definitely guarded. So when we look at that we had a precipitous decline. And now we have a few days where that trend is not persisting. And you don't know if it's a blip on the radar, or if we're seeing a flattening of the decline curve. There was a lot of talk about the post Super Bowl effect. And could that be another surge? You know, kind of super spreading activity Moment. Does that explain what may be happening in the past three days? Albion City with cold it Sometimes you just have to say I don't know. So what? What? I what I hope is maybe this is it. This is a blip. Do I think that the Super Bowl with enough to account for this? The flattening don't don't know. Could it be that the weather changes over the last few weeks, especially in in Texas and in the Northeast? Decrease the number of the vaccinations that work that were given, so I think it may be a myriad of things, but it's definitely something that we need to watch. And this is exactly why it's so It's so important for us to continue encouraging vaccinations. What we don't want people to do with to look at these maps and say, Oh, oh, fantastic things were getting better. I think kind of slacked up. Maybe I can hold off on getting my vaccination. We have to keep pushing forward, pushing forward, pushing forward. Yeah, It's interesting because we've we've got this human nature issue that we're trying to seem. It's the behavioral psychology of that's related to the vaccines and on the one hand One would think that If the messaging is the vaccines are incredibly safe and effective, and, you know, just keep it up. That's going to get more people to vaccinate on Dit feels to me that when you but when that message then is Is followed by and once you're vaccinated, you still wear your mask and you still don't gather and you still you still distance. It feels like well, then what's the point? How does and I'm sure that the public health and the idea community is starting to talk about? How do we help people understand what appears to be the paradox? I think that's a really great question. And I think you know it's hard to give a straightforward answer. And I do think that we as a effects disease, public health epidemiology community really, to be more Directing some of our messaging. I think one thing that holds us back sometimes is that it is complicated in the science is developing as we go along, and we learned things as we go along. I think you know one thing that has held back..

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"dr suji" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"dr suji" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"dr suji" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr suji" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Welcome thirty-seven of the how'd it happen podcast hosted by Mike milita, I'm Joe Dina cheek. Mike's podcast producer blog collaborator. And I've got a quick favor to ask. If you like what Mike's doing this podcast. Police consider taking less than a minute to write it on apple podcast or wherever you like to listen. And if you've got a little bit more time, please leave a comment. It will help us keep the show relevant and interesting for you. Thank you, in this episode. Mike welcomes Dr Suji Chan a senior vice president and the chief technology officer at Rockwell automation. The global leader and automation controls. He also serves on the board of directors for proto lamps, HDFS global, and barred venture partners and has his name on no less than fifteen patents after earning his doctor philosophy and electrical and computer engineering from the university of Florida Gainesville. So Jeep began his career working for General Electric where he worked on a team that was pioneer in the use of. Building robotics automative industry from there. He participated in the design and production of technology that would be used in the space shuttle program and became an entrepreneur before joining Rockwell and moving up through its various divisions. Mike and Sajid cover a ton of great stuff in this episode include how mentors have positively impacted his life, his leadership style,.

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