Welcome to week 2 of HM20 Virtual!

HM20 Virtual has addressed one of the limitations of an online conference: personal interactions.

The Pause: Honoring the Dead in COVID-19 to Advance Care

Healthcare professionals around the world are finding ways to honor the lives of patients who die and take part in some self-care, which is particularly important during this time of crisis.

How can hospitalists address health disparities for LGBTQ+ patients?

LGBTQ patients suffer worse health outcomes, relative to patients who are heterosexual and cis-gender.

Sepsis: Vitamin C, thiamine, glucocorticoids remain controversial

Hospitalists are traditionally well versed in current sepsis guidelines, but time to treatment is paramount, and it can be difficult to stay up to date on the latest studies in the field.

How can hospitalists address health disparities for LGBTQ+ patients?

LGBTQ patients suffer worse health outcomes, relative to patients who are heterosexual and cis-gender.

Early recognition of oncologic emergencies deemed ‘crucial’

“Early recognition of these emergencies is crucial, and there are simple initial interventions that can make a big difference in patient outcomes.”

Simplifying the antibiotic selection process

“I won’t necessarily expect attendees to use everything I talk about, but if you have a patient on service that infectious disease started Vabomere on, you’ll at least have a general idea of what they were worried about.”

Early recognition of oncologic emergencies deemed ‘crucial’

“Early recognition of these emergencies is crucial, and there are simple initial interventions that can make a big difference in patient outcomes.”

Sepsis: Vitamin C, thiamine, glucocorticoids remain controversial

Hospitalists are traditionally well versed in current sepsis guidelines, but time to treatment is paramount, and it can be difficult to stay up to date on the latest studies in the field.

The Pause: Honoring the Dead in COVID-19 to Advance Care

Healthcare professionals around the world are finding ways to honor the lives of patients who die and take part in some self-care, which is particularly important during this time of crisis.