Dr. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH, is an internist, pulmonologist, and critical care physician. He's the founder and codirector of the Critical Illness, Brain Dysfunction, and Survivorship (CIBS) Center, and a pioneer in the investigation of delirium and long-term cognitive outcomes, including dementia, in survivors of critical illness. Dr. Ely is the author of Every Deep-Drawn Breath, from which he’s donating 100% of net proceeds to help COVID survivors and family members rebuild their lives.
"I decided this experience would either break me down completely or build me up, and I chose to build myself up."
Special guest Dr. Lindsay McAlpine, director of Yale's long COVID neuro clinic, joins Dr. Harlan Krumholz and the LISTEN research team to answer participant questions and more.
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Join Dr. Wes Ely for this month's Kindred Café on Tuesday, May 23 at 6 p.m. ET.
Ktalks are new events to promote deeper conversation around topics of particular interest. This very first Ktalk is an interactive discussion about electronic health data privacy from expert and attorney James Ward. Jay will lead a discussion around how United States laws support and encourage patient access to health data, our rights as citizens, and how Hugo Health is making this possible.
Task Force members from the long COVID and vaccine-injured communities share their experiences and tips with Kindred.
In this Kindred Spotlight feature, data privacy lawyer and expert Jay Ward, explains the importance of data privacy, how to keep your information secure, and what inspires him about the Kindred COVID community.