COVID-19 Resources

Message from Our Executive Director

COVID-19 – it seems to be the only thing people are talking about. It has become a household word for me. It’s all over my social media feeds, constantly on the news, updates are in my email…you can’t get away from it. It has impacted nearly every single country in this world. It has changed the way that we live and for many, the way that we work. Read more...

Webinar: COVID-19, NCDs, and Adherence: How Pfizer Upjohn Leverages an Adherence COE, RWE, and Digital Innovation to Improve Patient Care
Thursday, August 13, 2020 from 12:00 - 2:30 PM EST 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent report that patients with an underlying medical condition were 6-times more likely to be hospitalized, and 12-times more likely to die from COVID-19, confirmed what the health care industry has known for decades: we as health care leaders must continue the difficult work of improving patients’ medication therapy adherence, persistence, and compliance, and chronic condition management to improve the health of the populations we serve. During this four-part webinar, learn from several leaders around the globe from the Upjohn Division of Pfizer Inc, who are using real-world data (RWD) and evidence (RWE) to develop best practices and work collaboratively with health care stakeholders to make a positive impact on this decades-old challenge. Register now!

Webinar: Nursing’s Role in Health Equity, Public Health Emergencies, and COVID-19 – Critical Issues for The Future of Nursing 2020-2030
Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. EST

The National Academy of Medicine will host a free 90-minute webinar on Nursing’s Role in Health Equity, Public Health Emergencies, and COVID-19 – Critical Issues for The Future of Nursing 2020-2030. During the webinar, representatives from the NAM study on the Future of Nursing 2020-2030 will share updates on the study’s status and seek public input on nurses’ roles in responding to COVID-19. A panel of experts will also discuss how nursing can advance health equity, the role of nurses in public health emergencies, and nurses’ experiences on the frontlines of COVID-19. Register now!

Stanford CME is proud to make available COVID-19 educational content for clinicians in an effort to improve patient care. As this is a rapidly evolving situation this website is being updated regularly.
COVID-19 CME Education


National and World Organizations





Text FRONTLINE for support to dealing with anxiety, stress, fear, isolation, or other difficult emotions you are experiencing during coronavirus. FRONTLINE

   National Academy of Medicine

   Resources to Support the Health & Well-Being of Clinicians During COVID-19


Clinician Experience Project
In This Together



Hand Washing Technique by WHO 

     Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy's Novel Coronavirus


SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365 days crisis counseling

SAMHSA Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health

  COVID-19 Medical Resources:

A Physician's Guide to COVID-19

CPT® Releases New Coronavirus (COVID-19) Code & Description for Testing 

Additional Resources:


  First responders and healthcare workers will be welcomed chainwide into
  the stores for special shopping hours on Sundays from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.
  All shoppers entering clubs will be provided with a mask for safety.


    Costco to Give Health Care Workers and First Responders Priority Access


     Your Top Resources for COVID-19 Readiness



      ENTs Personal COVID-19 Experiences: Managing Your Wellness Podcast


   The Four Choices to Overcome Adversity TEDx


    Free Download: Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
   Created by The Wellness Society 


   Novel Coronavirus Resources 



   COVID Trauma Response Working Group Rapid Guidance

   COVID Trauma Response Working Group


     COVID-19 Resources for Healthcare Providers, Families, and Leadership

     Coronavirus: Despite the Difficulties-- Your Teams Can Thrive

  Managing Healthcare Workers’ Stress Associated with COVID-19           

  Providers & Community Leaders: Helping People Manage Stress thru COVID-19 


   COVID Communication Skills Guide


COVID-19 and OSHA Requirements: What You Need To Know



      Takeaways for Family Physicians


             Disease COVID-19 Caused by the Virus SARS-CoV-2

             Article by Daniel Treiyer, MD from AdventHealth Gordon Hospital


 The Next Pandemic Will Be in Mental Health


 Managing Anxiety in the Anxious World of COVID-19


      COVID-19 - Coronavirus Infographic Datapack

   Support Articles:
   Emergency Responders: Tips for Taking Care of Yourself
   Managing Fatigue During Times of Crisis

   Traumatic Incident Stress



    Lumunos - Reflect on the life you have been given.
    Relate meaningfully to others at home and work.
    Reenergize your calling.


             Children's Guide to Coronavirus




            Florida 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response



  Downloadable Resources: 

ACLM Patient Resource  This single page handout offers information on how the 6 domains of Lifestyle Medicine help boost the immune system.  

Family First Summary  This 10 page document offers information on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which guarantees coronavirus testing, employee leave, unemployment insurance, the expansion of food security initiatives and Medicaid funding.  

HR-621  This single page summary of HR - 6201, which includes COVID testing, cost sharing and Medicaid expansion. 

Telehealth Waiver by CMS  This 3 page document offers a summary from Alston and Bird LLP on the recent waivers for telehealth.

Resiliency Tools:

The resilience tools are evidence-based, interactive, and specifically designed for busy healthcare workers. Interventions last between 3-15 days. Participants will receive prompts for the tools via email or text message. Duke Resiliency Tools  

Workout videos for every fitness level. Absolutely free!

Total Brain App - 3 months free (open to anyone) to address COVID-19 induced anxiety. Sign Up for Free Trial


If you are a healthcare worker and are not currently subscribed to Ten Percent Happier, we would like to support you by offering free access to the app - please email [email protected] for instructions.

This free app has been made available for three months to support physicians, APP’s and anyone with an NPI number to login.

We are also extending free access until July 1 for all healthcare professionals so we can help those who are helping us. Please visit to register your work healthcare domain.


Covid Coach offers access to anxiety management tools such as audio-guided mindfulness and deep breathing, as well as exercises designed to address anxiety, trauma reactions, and relationship conflict. It also has quick links to resources for finding crisis care and mental health support, and service agencies for families and those seeking basic fundamentals. Developed by the National Center for PTSD at the VA, it joins other free, widely-used mental health apps like PTSD Coach and Mindfulness Coach.
                                           Download here for iPhone       Download here for Android

Join Primary Care Development Corporation’s free “Weekly Wind-Down,” a new 15-minute series every Friday at Noon EST/9AM PST, created specifically for health care staff. Each session features: a live 5-minute guided relaxation practice; practical tips for resilience; and open conversation with peers. Join from your computer or phone and sign up to receive a weekly calendar invite: Register for Sessions. Actively participate, or just listen in- we’re happy to have you. 

Spiritual Resources:

God Is With Me

As our world is changing before our very eyes with the COVID-19, I wanted to encourage your hearts today with some promises from GOD’S word. He “is our REFUGE and STRENGTH. A VERY PRESENT HELP in trouble. THEREFORE, we will NOT FEAR,” because HE is our HOPE. Psalm 46:1,2.  In times like these, let us PRAY.  Let us HOPE in the GOD who holds the universe together. And let us TRUST in the ONE who promises to NEVER abandon us. Read more…

Serenity Prayer

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; 
courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the difference.
Living one day at a time; enjoying one moment at a time; 
accepting hardships as the pathway to peace; 
taking, as He did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it; 
trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His Will; 
that I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with Him
forever in the next. Amen.  Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971)


"I will likely become infected in the next few months. It's just simple math that I have accepted. But I became a physician knowing the job incurred risk and that I have a duty to patients and society.” (James P. Phillips, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine at the George Washington University) Read more…


It Is Well - Nashville studio singers perform an epic cell phone choir.




A Christian Healthcare Worker's Response to COVID-19




COVID-19 Prayer Guide





This Pandemic of Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD




COVID-19 and the Church: An Emergency Physician’s Thoughts