A year ago, no one could have predicted what 2020 held in store for us. It’s been a challenging year, to use an overused description, but not one without it’s bright spots – whether it was new babies, new partners, or new collaborations in the workplace.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world, but it is more important than ever to care for communities closer to home.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many events at Baylor have transitioned to a virtual format, and this turns out to have some unexpected benefits.
Holidays usually mean family time, but how to make this happen in the COVID-19 era? Dr. James McDeavitt, senior vice president and dean of clinical affairs and head of Baylor’s pandemic Incident Command Center, thinks he has a way, following the lesson of the successful NBA bubble.