It’s time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature. There is plenty to occupy your time here, so settle in folx. Plus, it’s FHO’s 12th anniversary–happy anniversary to us! In honor of this momentous occasion, we’re giving away a registration to this year’s IAFN conference in Orlando. To be eligible, all you have to do is tell me in the comments what you are most looking forward to about attending an in-person conference this year (after being benched in 2020-whew, I can think of about 10 right off the top of my head). The registration is good for you or you can gift it–it just has to be decided prior to the time of early registration. You have until January 29th at noon ET to enter. I’ll choose one person at random and announce it on the FHO Facebook page and in the January newsletter at the end of the month.
Links take you to PubMed abstracts except when indicated by Free Full Text. If you’re having trouble running down an article, hit me up–we can get some of these through various library resources as needed if you aren’t connected to your own hospital or university.
Happy to report I just joined the vaccine club, so I’m feeling more optimistic about where things are headed. Now if we can get through the inaugeration here without burning the whole joint to the ground…Stay safe, my friends. Better days are ahead [fingers crossed].
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