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Maine Medicine Weekly E-Update, January 18, 2022

In This Issue
COVID-19 CORNER
National Public Health Emergency Extended
Johns Hopkins Public Health Podcast: COVID-19 Vaccines and Immunocompromised Patients
Research Suggests Nearly $130 Million Spent Annually on Ivermectin Prescriptions
U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Employer Vaccine Mandate; Lets Healthcare Mandate Stand
US Sets COVID Hospitalization Record
NEJM Evidence: A New Digital Journal
FDA NOTICES
FDA Warns About Dental Problems with Buprenorphine Dissolved In The Mouth To Treat OUD & Pain
FDA Recall: Metformin HCl Extended- Release Tablets USP, 750 mg by Viona Pharmaceuticals
Using Data to Improve Opioid Prescribing - new MICIS presentation now available
MAINE LEGISLATURE
State Legislature Back in Augusta; MMA Government Affairs Back at It
MMA Legislative Committee Meetings
SURVEY REQUEST
Maine AAP, Partnership for Children's Oral Health, Count ME In Survey Request
UPCOMING EVENTS
Maine AAP: Innovating / Integrating our Way Out of Maine's Oral Health Crisis (Jan 20)
AMA Webinar: Implementing the No Surprises Act (Jan 20)
Kick-Off Webinar for Implementing the Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health (AIM) Severe Hypertension in Pregnancy Bundle in Maine - January 26 from 12-1pm
Community Health Center Virtual Round Table - February 8th from 12-1PM
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Senior Physician Executive (SPE) - Northern Light Health
Nurse Practitioner - Nasson Health Care
Physician - Nasson Health Care
Transformational OB/GYN or Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician leader

 
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Johns Hopkins Public Health Podcast: COVID-19 Vaccines and Immunocompromised Patients
news clip credit: Portland Press Herald

What do we know now about the number of doses needed for people on immunosuppressant medications to be protected from severe COVID? What about the use of “passive” protection like monoclonal antibodies? Why are negative antibody tests more helpful than positive ones? Why are large agencies like the CDC and FDA not discussing individualized medicine when it comes to vaccine protocols? What’s the next step in researching COVID-19 vaccine protocols for this unique population of patients?

Download and listen to the latest Public Health on Call podcast from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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