A roundtable update on COVID-19, monkeypox and flu season
On this episode of What's Health Go to Do With It? our panel of health experts discusses the latest on COVID-19, an update on monkeypox and tips for flu season.
On this episode of What's Health Got to Do With It, we examine major health care headlines with our monthly medical roundtable.
- Dr. Daniel Correa, deputy chief of neurology at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City and editor of the American Academy of Neurology’s Brain & Life podcast.
- Dr. Sunil Joshi, internist and allergy/immunology specialist in Jacksonville and chair of the Duval County Medical Society Foundation.
- Dr. Juliana Kling, women’s health specialist and chair of Women’s Health at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona.
- Dr. Dacre Knight, internist and chair of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Clinic at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville.
Then, Museum Of Contemporary Art Jacksonville and Art with a Heart in Healthcare have collaborated on special exhibitions of artworks by pediatric patients in Northeast Florida for a decade.To celebrate this milestone, the organizations recently unveiled “A Decade of Art with a Heart: Celebrating Ten Years of Partnership,” a retrospective of select works from past exhibitions.
Brooke McKinney of Art With a Heart Healthcare joined us to discuss the exhibition in more detail.
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