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FAQ-Check: Top Docs Answer Your COVID-19 Questions - M. Levy, A. Margolis

 

Summary
Do you know everything you should about this new threat? Are you comfortable with your own protective measures and the care you’re delivering to patients? Join Drs. Levy and Margolis for expert answers to your biggest COVID-19 questions including best practices for PPE, decon, and transport; special conditions and invasive maneuvers; and parameters for screening employees and returning to work. During the Q&A, ask your questions of these experts on the latest pearls for treating patients and keeping yourself safe, too.

Speakers
Matthew J. Levy, DO, MSc, FACEP, FAEMS, NRP
Medical Director, Howard County (MD) Department of Fire and Rescue Services
Dr. Levy’s career in Emergency Medical Services spans over 25 years and began as an EMS provider. He is an Associate Professor in the Division of Special Operations at the Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Levy maintains an active role is a variety of local, state and federal and international elements related to emergency medical, tactical and disaster care.


Asa M. Margolis, DO, MPH, MS, FACEP
Associate Medical Director, Howard County (MD) Department of Fire and Rescue Services; Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Lifeline Critical Care Transport Program
Dr. Margolis is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Special Operations at the Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed residency and fellowship and was chief resident at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is currently Program Director of the Emergency Medical Services Fellowship at Johns Hopkins. He also continues to work as a Medical Officer within the Center for Law Enforcement Medicine at Johns Hopkins. 




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