EviMed Appearances and News Coverage

 

We will use this page to keep you apprised of our talks, other appearances and media coverage as they emerge.

5/4/12: Marya’s interview with New England Public Radio’s Karen Brown about her book Between the Lines: Finding the Truth in Medical Literature.

May 2012: Zilberberg is quoted in the May volume of Pharmacy Practice News about Clostridium difficile prevention in the ICU

5/31/12: Marya will be serving as the meeting chair at the Late Stage Development Conference at the Revere Hotel Boston

5/30/12: Zilberberg is a keynote speaker at the Late Stage Development Conference at the Revere Hotel Boston

5/18/12-5/20/12: Zilberberg is an invited attendee at the Health Foo Camp 2012, an unconference event sponsored by O’Reilly media and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneer Portfolio.

5/12: An ACP Hospitalist Q&A with Dr. Zilberberg about her study on dementia hospitalizations

4/10/12-4/13/12: Dr. Zilberberg is attending the TEDMED 2012 conference in Washington, DC, as a Frontline Scholar

4/1/12: Zilberberg is quoted in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (“Fleisch rot, Mensch tot?” by Richard Fribe) Sunday edition on her views about the meat study she covered on Healthcare, etc.

3/29/12: Zilberberg to present at the Ignite Boston event at the MIT media lab.

You can see the slides of Marya’s talk here. The video of the talk is here.

3/16/12: Healthcare, etc. referenced in Mark Bittman’s column in the New York Times.

2/5/12: Marya has just returned from the annual meeting of the Society of Critical Care Medicine in Houston, TX. There she presented a poster entitled “Secular trends in persistent septic shock hospitalizations, US 2004-2010.” She also gave an invited lecture “Clostridium difficile in the ICU” as a part of the phenomenally well-attended session “Less than Zero: Pursuing Perfection in the ICU.” The full program for the meeting can be found here.

Back in June of 2010 Dr. Zilberberg was invited to speak at an all-Japan symposium on ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) in Tokyo. She and other distinguished guests had the opportunity to present to an audience of about 800 healthcare professionals, which included physicians, nurses, pharmacists and respiratory therapists. Here are some of the photos from that event.

  

 

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