From COVID-19 and autoimmune disease to chronic pain and inflammation, this new integrative approach and practical guide from two UCSF doctors is an essential guide to living with long illnesses.

Dr. Meghan Jobson is an internist with specialized training in integrative and palliative medicine. She cares for people with long illness as a physician with the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Dr. Jobson earned her BA in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Utah, and her medical degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She completed her medical residency and fellowships at the University of California San Francisco.

Dr. Morgan is a psychiatrist and neuropsychiatrist based in the CalPsychiatry San Francisco office. She specializes in the integrative treatment of patients with mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, neuropsychiatric illness, and healing from trauma. Dr. Morgan is a board certified neurologist, and understands the complex interplay between the structural “hardware” and emotional “software” in the brain. Dr. Morgan has been featured in several media outlets including KQED and CBS for her work with COVID-19 patients.

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