CSA News

An Emphasis on Safety: Addressing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among pregnant women

Even as the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered increases, there are still lingering concerns in the public surrounding side effects in women, particularly among expecting mothers.

Reimagining Patient-Centered Care During a Pandemic in a Digital World: A Focus on Building Trust for Healing

COVID-19 has redefined the patient-provider experience. Panicked patients now struggle in solitude to deal with the mental and physical ramifications of COVID-19, while overworked, under-resourced, and exhausted care providers deliver treatment at a distance to minimize the risk of viral transmission.

Spring CSA Board of Directors Meeting Update

The CSA Board of Directors meeting was conducted virtually on Sunday afternoon, April 18 immediately following the conclusion of CSA’s two-day Annual Meeting, which was also held on a virtual platform. In 2022, we are all hoping to convene in person in sunny San Diego to experience world-class CME content and presenters and enjoy each other’s company once again!

Assemblywoman Akilah Weber’s prescription for pandemic and beyond

The incoming congresswoman has plans to tackle what ails California, from a public health perspective

New U.S. COVID-19 Cases Decline, Vaccination Pace Slows Too

Johnson & Johnson vaccinations have resumed, which could facilitate new vaccination pop-up clinics. At the same time, doctors in rural areas are strategizing on how to get people to get the shot.