Lessons from COVID-19
Although the outbreak of SARS-COVID-19 fell heavily on the world in early 2020, researchers and clinicians at Yale School of Medicine acted swiftly to respond to the threat. Some of the school’s leaders discussed lessons they learned from organizing and executing that response.
You have to have empathy
One characteristic of the experience with COVID in 2020 was the spontaneous outpouring of anger and outrage over systemic injustice in the U.S. At YSM, Darin Latimore has been coordinating efforts to achieve equity for all students, staff, faculty, and patients at the institutional level.