Coronavirus Links You Should Bookmark Right Now

March 18, 2020

In an effort to make it easier for physicians and healthcare providers to keep their thumb on the pulse of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve created a list of essential websites that can help you monitor the news, stay informed, and assist you in making the best decisions to keep your patients, staff and the community safe.https://edhub.ama-assn.org/jn-learning/video-player/18315311

We are all busy.  And in the midst of a global pandemic, and the rapidly evolving medical crisis it has spawned, there’s a lot to take in.  So in an effort to make it easier for physicians and healthcare providers to keep their thumb on the pulse of the COVID-19, we have created a list of essential websites that can help you monitor the news, stay informed, and assist you in making the best decisions to keep your patients, staff and the community safe.

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
Details about the number and geographic locations of COVID-19 cases worldwide

Technical Guidance on COVID-19 from the WHO

The CDC COVID-19 Information Page

News and Resources from the NIH, including vaccine research, and how to apply for COVID-19 research funding

For more about the spread of the disease in Italy, check out this infographic published in JAMA Link to text in bold: 

…Or listen to Italian doctor Maurizio Cecconi, MD, of Humanitas University in Milan give his impression of the early days of Coronavirus infection in Italy, describe how new cases emerged, and what the healthcare system in the region did to manage the crisis.  He discusses the region’s approach to the surge, including clinical and supply management, health care worker training and protection, and ventilation strategies, with JAMA Editor Howard Bauchner.

Not Yet Telemedicine Ready?  The American College of Cardiology HasSome Tips On Getting Cardiologists Up and Running

Check out medRxiv section on the Coronavirus.  A preprint server of scholarly research on COVID-19, keep in mind these articles are not yet peer-reviewed - so don’t use it to make any clinical decisions.  But for an epidemic that’s moving as fast as this one, we think it’s worth keeping an eye on.

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