- AAMC Coronavirus resources for the academic community. Find information and updates from AAMC on this emerging global health concern.
Academic Medicine Collection of COVID-19 articles. This collection features articles and thought pieces on the novel coronavirus, its impact on medical education, and medical education’s response to it.
- The Society for Simulation in Healthcare comprehensive resources for general and COVID-19 related simulation. Includes resources from corporate roundtable members and SSH affiliates.
- Clinical Teaching and Learning Experiences without Physical Patient Contact. This resource collection was built in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s significant impact on the teaching and learning of health professionals. Designed by diverse educators, this working collection features clinical learning experiences, which can be readily used or easily adapted for specific, local settings, without the need for physical patient contact.
- ACGME Response to Pandemic Crisis - circumstances of teaching hospitals.
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) has compiled web based resources to help family medicine faculty continue to provide quality education to residents and students, while at the same time being attentive to patients and communities. The topics include distance learning, telemedicine, supervision, faculty resources, US and world trackers, and wellness.
A new resource guide from Upstate Health Sciences Library
COVID-19 Resources for Healthcare Providers, Families, and Leadership. By Med-Ed Web, Well-Being Index team, made up of thought leaders, healthcare associates, technology experts, and content creators dedicated to improving well-being by equipping organizations with the tools and data needed to go beyond burnout.
- UUP has set up a COVID-19 resource page for members. Members will find important benefits information and announcements from UUP President Fred Kowal, as well as links to a number of health resources, including the New York State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.