Dr. David Mou: Staying Safe and Sane During the Pandemic
Time & Location
About the Event
There's a lot of misinformation about COVID-19 right now and we want to help dispell some of them. Dr. David Mou will talk about some of the facts and myths of coronavirus, and also talk about a few coping strategies to get through the quarantine.
This is a weekly virtual discussion forum to help you get through this challenging time. Share with us your story, and your tips on staying safe and sane. Bring a cup of tea, find your quiet space away from your close quarter, and open up Zoom to chat with us!
We are bringing on Dr. David Mou, a Harvard psychiatrist and advoate for Asian American mental health issues to moderate the discussion.
Where: Zoom virtual meeting (Link will be sent out once you register)
5pm - Intros
5:10 - Facts & Myths of COVID-19
5:20 - Group discussions: what are the ways you're coping? / Q&A
5:50 pm - Wrap-up & Resources
About Dr. David Mou
Dr. David Mou is a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), where he works as an inpatient clinician. He completed his adult psychiatry residency training at MGH and McLean hospitals. David currently conducts research on how doctors can use digital data (e.g. movement as detected by smartphones) to better predict the presence of suicidal thoughts and behaviors. David has extensive experience working with young professionals. David has been part of Harvard’s pre-medical and business advising team for 7 years.
David graduated from Harvard College with an honors degree in neurobiology, and earned his MD MBA from Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School. He is the co-founder and medical director of Valera Health, a digital health startup that empowers healthcare organizations to better manage chronic medical and mental health conditions. He is an invited speaker to many national and international events, and his writings have appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine.
hysicians with creative hobbies in and outside of medicine.
Once you register, you will get a Zoom link from us on the day of the event.
If you can’t attend this session, we will have ongoing weekly sessions around different topics for COVID-19 and more throughout the month of May.
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50% of the proceeds goes to #GetUsPPE, a community that raises funds to get PPE (personal protective equipment) for the medical workers that are facing a severe shortage of PPE.
If you'd like to attend this session but need some financial assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try our best to help.
- Donation (50% to GetUsPPE)$10$100$0
- Sold OutRSVP (limit 10)$0$00$0