A news article showing how the inclusion of a mobile phone underneath a protective hood, can help bring the ward round to students who are unable to take part in learning in the clinical environment at present.


Before Lee Goeddel, MD, MPH, treats patients in the surgical intensive care unit (ICU) at Johns Hopkins Medicine, he dons gloves, a protective gown, and a negative air pressure hood that helps dispel pathogens. These days, he also puts on another essential piece of equipment: headgear that holds a cellphone to his forehead so remote students can continue learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.......

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