How Has COVID-19 Changed One Global Cancer Doc's Perspective?
KDGHI's Dr. Kristin Schroeder reflects on her work with colleagues in Tanzania
Published October 26, 2020 under Around DGHI
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all of us in one way or another. Duke Global Health Institute's Dr. Kristin Schroeder, assistant professor of pediatrics and global health, shares a few reflections on how the past year has affected her as a global health professional.
Dr. Schroeder specializes in pediatric oncology, hematology and neuro-oncology. Since 2014, she has spent 6+ months a year in Mwanza, Tanzania, at the Bugando Medical Centre as part of the Duke Global Cancer Program. She spoke with us from Tanzania via Zoom.