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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 8 - COVID-19 and its Psychological Impact on Patients

Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 8 - COVID-19 and its Psychological Impact on Patients
  • Neurology
  • Multiple sclerosis

Voice of EXCEMED - Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 8 - Prof. Anthony Feinstein - Covid-19 & its Psychological Impact on Patients

Anthony Feinstein, Neuropsychiatrist and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, discusses the psychological impact of Covid-19 on Patients. 

Prof. Feinstein is heavily involved in cutting edge developments in his field, with research and clinical work that include patients with multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury and Conversion Disorder. In Episode 8 of Covid (r)Evolution, Prof. Feinstein highlights the extensive ramifications of Covid-19 on the wellbeing of patients, and its profound effect on research and funding. 

He goes on to outline best practice methods, giving advice to patients and clinicians on how to operate in the climate of Covid-19.

This interview series was made possible thanks to the unrestricted donations received by the EXCEMED Foundation.

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