COVID-19 Resources for Local Health Departments (March 16-20)

Mar 31, 2020 | Kim Rodgers

March 16, 2020

CDC Updates:

SAMHSA Updates:

Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)

Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF) and their partners

Harm Reduction Coalition

March 17, 2020

CDC Updates:

White House Updates:

HHS Updates:

CMS Updates:

FDA Updates:

March 18, 2020

CDC Updates:

Administration for Community Living Updates:

National Council on Aging Updates:

Southwest ADA Center:

March 19, 2020

CDC Updates:

HHS Updates:

  • 3/19/2020 Latest Guidance- See attachment

White House Updates:

ASTHO Updates:

Health Affairs

HRSA Updates:

JAMA:

Harvard Kennedy School:

  • The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review invites concise, empirical papers (peer-reviewed, 3000 words) or opinion pieces (edited, 1500 words) on COVID-19 and misinformation and risk communication. In particular, we invite papers at the intersection of misinformation and risk communication, public health surveillance, community response to COVID19, and censorship.

March 20, 2020

CDC Updates:

APHL Updates:

EB Medicine:

University of Washington School of Medicine

  • COVID-19 Resource Site – This site has a plethora of resources for patient care protocols & algorithms, and policy statements

CSIA Updates:

American Heart Association:

NEHA Updates:

NACCHO

NYC Health

Washington State DPH Updates:

Journal of Respiratory Care:


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