Nominate Your COVID-19 Superheroes

Li Wenliang was a Chinese ophthalmologist who worked at Wuhan Central Hospital. On December 30, 2019 he shared an emergency warning to local hospitals about a number of mysterious pneumonia cases discovered in Wuhan. He was dubbed a whistleblower and was summoned for making false comments. On February 7, 2020 he died at the age of 33.

Since then, at least 100,000 healthcare workers have been infected, and more than 1000 have died. HealthManagement.org salutes these brave Superheroes - those who have already sacrificed their lives and those who continue to forge ahead.

Please nominate your COVID-19 Superheroes. Cast your vote. Make their efforts known. Thank you.

To send your story, please contact us at [email protected]ement.org

  • Marolt, Christian

    Secretary General - European Association of Healthcare IT Managers - HITM

    Votes - 4

  • Vincent, Jean-Louis

    Professor - Department of Intensive Care Erasme Hospital / Free University of Brussels, Belgium

    Votes - 12

  • Cecconi, Maurizio

    Head of Department Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Units & Professor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care - IRCCS Humanitas, Humanitas University

    Votes - 24

  • Udberg, Martin

    Specialist Registrar, Intensive Care - Warrington Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

    Votes - 2

  • Fetterplace, Kate

    Clinical Lead and Senior ICU Dietitian - Allied Health (Clinical Nutrition), Royal Melbourne Hospital

    Votes - 8

  • Wang, Chunyao

    Medical Intensive Care Unit - Peking Union Medical College Hospital

    Votes - 3

  • Kanowitz, Arthur

    Co-Chair, Airway Safety Workgroup - Patient Safety Movement Foundation

    Votes - 3

  • Votes - 2


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