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Dignity Health Libraries: COVID-19
Our COVID-19 Portal is dedicated to Clinical Team Members who care for COVID-19 patients and to those who support them behind the scenes. Thank you! Be safe!
This webinar will provide an update on the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, and outline potential scenarios, considerations, and decisions that healthcare systems should plan for, including:
• COVID-19’s impact on the broader health of the country
• Management of chronic conditions
• The use of telemedicine
• State reopening scorecards
American Nurses Association (ANA) ; This one-hour webinar, part of the American Nurses Association's COVID-19 webinar series, provides insights and tools for how to cope with the difficult ethical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Using a COVID-19-based case study approach, topics include how to manage the transition in standards of care from conventional to contingency to crisis standards of care; and ethical principles in action: strategies for managing scarce resources.
More than 1 million COVID-19 cases were reported in the United States over the last 7 days.
As cases continue to increase rapidly across the United States, the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is to celebrate at home with the people you live with.
Gatherings with family and friends who do not live with you can increase the chances of getting or spreading COVID-19 or the flu.
With the holiday season fast approaching and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) surging in most parts of the country, millions of Americans—including me and my family—will break with tradition this year to celebrate in ways that we hope will help to keep us all safe and healthy. Granted, this may present some difficult emotional and logistical challenges, but I’m confident that the American can-do spirit will rise to meet those challenges.
Scientists and engineers with many years of collective research experience related to indoor air quality, aerosol science, aerosol disease transmission, and engineered control systems for aerosols. Our contributors are active researchers investigating aerosol transmission of COVID-19 (see e.g. 1, 2, 3, and 4). Five of us were speakers at the recent Workshop on Airborne Transmission of COVID-19, organized by the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the highest level scientific organization in the US). Three of us are members of a COVID-19 WHO expert group.