My name is Donald Stein. Born and raised in NY. But for 24 years, I was a professor in the School of Medicine in the department of Emergency Medicine where I ran the emergency medicine brain research laboratory focused on traumatic brain injury, stroke, and in the last 7 to 8 years or so, a deadly brain cancer. I also serve, at Emory, as dean of graduate studies and vice provost.
In this blog, we explain important definitions of COVID infection, and why this level of clarity is important in the management of the current pandemic, for our future monitoring and learning. The focus will be on inequalities, such as ethnicity, deprivation, etc. The issue of death and dying is one which we often, as a society find difficult to talk about, particularly with our frail and elderly loved ones. Few of us want to consider the end. With the pandemic sweeping across the world this year, this issue has been brought into sharp focus for many. This will help protect not only them but also those around them, particularly older grandparents or relations with an underlying health condition. Children in particular can increase the spread of the flu virus in the community, but vaccination helps curb this. Our role also commits us to addressing the causes and associated inequalities of preventable ill-health and lack of wellbeing. We are a multi-disciplinary, multi-professional body with a strong regional and local presence.
Learned by me in time and tears. Living in an interfaith, marriage can be hell. Never ask vague questions and give her definite options instead.
My faith, while less orthodox, has certainly matured. Girls aren't socially required to be missionaries, unlike men. And right at that moment when I'm about to tell him this, and give him some kind of ultimatum, I hesitate. I honoured this request and did not contact her until after her exams finished. Due to the very long hours away from me and our children, my husband spends alot of his free time on the internet. It's the sort of super dismissive "all women are the same" attitude that I learned in church and left to get away from. It is not the norm. How do Mormons feel about contraception. No one, except someone who has been Mormon can understand how deep the hooks are sunk into the Mormon psyche.