Resources for Reliable Information
- Emory University
- Rollins School of Public Health
- Johns Hopkins Global Case-Tracking Map
- JAMA Network Learning (via the American Medical Association)
- Read about Emory’s free online tool to help assess COVID-19 risk!
- COVID Pocket Guide with updated CDC information, created by Emory medical students and fellows
- Atlanta Magazine’s list of ways to help those affected by COVID-19
- How to sew cloth masks for Social Distancing purposes (these do not replace PPE)
- A Seattle Intensivist’s One Page Essay on the pathophysiology, natural history, and investigational therapies
- Tips for Social Distancing (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
- 11 charts that explain the coronavirus pandemic
- One-page handouts on:
Recorded Webinars and Podcasts:
- TED Daily: “What the world can learn from China’s response to the coronavirus”
- APHA’s Webinar Series, Part 1 on “The Science of Social Distancing” chaired by our very own Dr. Carlos del Rio
- Emory Vaccine Dinner Club webinar with Dr. Carlos del Rio MD and Dr. Jim Lavery PhD and Dr. Jay Butler MD
- Clinical Problem Solvers podcast with Dr. Del Rio
- Interview with Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on new research on possible treatments for Covid-19
In the Literature:
A team of 35 medical students at Harvard has worked to determine key topics about the pandemic. These modules were reviewed by Dr. Wolfram Goessling and numerous other Harvard faculty. All the materials are hosted on their new website to facilitate maintenance. Please reach out to Michael Cochis (Michael_Kochis@hms.harvard.edu) if you are interested in helping maintain and develop this curriculum.
If you have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19
If you are on campus, access your patient portal and send a MESSAGE (far left column) to the “COVID-19 Assessment Provider.” A nurse and/or provider will review your message and call you back with management recommendations within 4 hours (Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.).
- For all students with urgent concerns and after hours, including weekends, please call 404-727-7551.
- If you are experiencing severe symptoms, dial 911 or call the Emergency Room before you arrive, if you were exposed to either confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases or traveled to areas where community transmission is widespread.
- Please do NOT come to the office if you have a cough or fever without speaking to a nurse and/or a provider.