COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of society as we know it, and doctors in hospitals across America are at the forefront of those changes. As a pediatric infectious diseases doctor who also writes curriculum to help the next generation of doctors prepare for their medical exams, I’ve seen firsthand how this current pandemic is changing our roles with patients, shifting what families and communities expect from us, and expediting …
Post Author: Nicholas Rister, MD
He specializes in the treatment of complicated bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections in children with extensive work with both primary and acquired immunodeficiencies, including infectious complications of pediatric cancer and transplant medicine.
Progressing throughout the years in medical education as a resident then fellow and faculty member, Dr. Rister contributes to the lifelong advancement of medical education on a national scale via the development of online medical curriculum as a physician author and pediatrics content developer for UWorld, a leading online learning tools provider.
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