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Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - Shared screen with speaker view
Linda Hodes Villamar
32:01
Yea Stanford! Yea Missy! I mean Dr. Begay!
Linda Hodes Villamar
32:09
Yay Bow and Arrow!
DJ-laptop2
55:23
It is possible to make the VTM - we are doing that now. It is also possible to use normal sterile saline as long as the solution contains antibiotics.
NY
59:15
Where can we get a copy of this presentation?
Karen E Wright
01:00:25
Thank you for sharing this very important information.
Kendall M Rogers
01:04:04
The lecture is being recorded and will be available on the UNM internal medicine grand rounds website later today.
Eileen B
01:04:46
I read a great article that referred to this as food apartheid to connote that it is the result of a system rather than the result of landscape
VHAABQMORALR
01:06:42
Transparency- wonder how data sharing/reporting from IHS compares to those collected/reported from settings like in FL, TX, IL NY?
Travis Frazier
01:12:59
Has there been any data regarding genetic susceptibility to COVID in Navajos?
DJ-laptop2
01:16:39
Not as of yet.
Eileen B
01:17:51
It would surprise me if there was a genetic susceptibility given race as a social construct. Or are we thinking a founder effect?
Catherine Joy
01:17:55
Excellent and informative presentation - thank you!
Elena Trabaudo
01:17:56
Thank you Dr. Begay for your very informative talk
Eileen B
01:18:07
Fantastic presentation
Sara Combs
01:18:08
Great talk. Thank you.
sjburns
01:18:08
Excellent! Thank you Dr Begay!
Jenny Jernigan
01:18:10
Thank you for an outstanding presentation
Husayn BinBilal
01:18:13
well done.
Nikki Warner
01:18:16
Great talk, thank you so much!
Jessica Zimmerberg-Helms’s iPhone
01:18:16
such An amazing talk Dr Begay, thank you!
Lisa Kalberg
01:18:18
Thank you, Dr. Begay.
Jaida
01:18:19
Thank you!
Robert C Fritch
01:18:22
Very wonderful presentation. Thank you for speaking and sharing.
Mary Thelander Hill
01:18:23
Thank you for this information; the advise on communication of wishes and hopes is very helpful.
Linda Hodes Villamar
01:18:25
this was amazing, thank you so much dr begay! can't wait to visit you at Bow and Arrow again!
Kim Yeager
01:18:26
IHS is doing a phenomenal job in terms of the prevalence of testing being done. Tested 65,000+ people with ~ 7,000 positive. Thank you Dr. Begay
crespinc@unm.edu
01:18:27
Thank you so much Dr. Begay for an amazing talk, very informative
Nat P
01:18:31
thank you! we appreciate you.
Dianne Daniels
01:18:32
Very informative. Thank you Dr. Begay for this presentation.
Marci Laurel
01:18:35
Thank you so sincerely Dr. Begay.
sam.macbride
01:18:37
Is there a Navajo Medicine man available at UNMH?
Krystle D. Apodaca
01:18:45
Thank you Dr. Begay, amazing talk!!
Elaine Bearer
01:18:45
How is the Hope reservation doing?
Emma Whitford
01:18:47
Hi! I missed the top of the presentation IHS said today on a press call that Navajo Nation has flattened the curve. Is this fair to say? —Emma with Law360
Elaine Bearer
01:18:49
Hopi
Kristen M Red-Horse
01:18:55
So grateful for the information and your work.
lcordovadeortega
01:19:06
Great talk thank you very much. thank you for your dedicated work!
sarmiento
01:19:18
So grateful for your informative presentation, Dr. Begay.
Shirlee
01:19:19
Great job Melissa in presenting the issues contributing to the increasing COVID-19 on Navajo Area.
Kathryn M Frietze
01:19:58
QUESTION: You showed testing numbers from different IHS areas. Alaska had very high testing while other areas had very low. Can you discuss what is contributing to the differences in testing access in these different areas?
Fawzia Salahuddin
01:19:59
excellent presentation Dr Begay, is there anything we can do to help?Fawzia Salahuddin. Sleep Fellow.UNM.
QYC
01:20:39
Amazing presentation from Dr. Begay!
jenso
01:20:49
Per Dr. Perkins above, it sounds like the Viral Transport Media shortage is a fixable problem, just wanted to make sure that didn't get lost here! If it is a simple enough recipe to make VTM perhaps we could share that information with the areas experiencing a shortage..
Madeleine Grigg-Damberger
01:21:50
Can you talk about traditional Navajo not wanting to die at home because must be abandoned after their death there
Gail
01:22:32
Thank you so much, Dr. Begay.
Emma Whitford
01:23:04
Thank you!!
VHAABQLINH
01:23:09
Great job, Melissa! Henry
unruh’s iPad
01:24:28
Great talk! can you address specific NM VA resources in caring for Navaho patients?
unruh’s iPad
01:25:02
Navajo
Tristen
01:25:24
Thank you for the presentation. QUESTION: If I understood correctly, it was mentioned that it would be good to insist on using a Navajo translator. I would be concerned that if the patient said no, and I insisted on using a Navajo translator, I feel like it would be undermining their decision. How should we balance the advice to insist on a Navajo translator with their decision in declining a Navajo translator? Thank you
Valerie Romero’s iPad
01:25:24
Dr Begay Thank you. I very much appreciate your sharing this important information including ways to help. Grateful for the communication tools.
Charity
01:25:38
some info on Hopi from Hopi public radio 305 tested 71 positive tests, 30 are tribal members
Mary Thelander Hill
01:25:40
Please show the QR code again
Eileen B
01:25:49
I know a lot of IHS hospitals and also some private clinics (eg NM Cancer Center in Gallup) have hooghans on their premises. Does the VA have one? Would it be helpful for patients if there were hooghans outside ABQ hospitals?
Douglas S Binder
01:29:28
The per capita expenditures for IHS versus Fed programs such as Medicare/Medicaid are disconcerting. I assume that Native Americans are eligible for Medicare at age 65, as US citizens, but what about their eligibility for state Medicaid programs if they are already covered by IHS?
Kristy C Adakai-Tinney
01:29:55
Is UNMH considering restorative care, in terms of counseling, stress management, re-establishing hoozhozhi through traditional care near/or onsite?
Margaret Greenwood-Ericksen
01:31:18
Doug - yes, IHS patients are eligible for state Medicaid programs if eligible due to income
Eugene Koshkin
01:31:31
What positive changes do you expect from this situation?
Nat P
01:33:17
maybe a future presentation would be “how to support native students in the SOM.”
NicoleLee
01:33:22
yay! :)
Jessica Benally
01:33:27
Áhééhéé’, Dr. Begay!
Felisha Rohan-Minjares
01:33:33
Thank you, Dr. Begay!!!