SAHM members – clinicians, researchers, educators, and advocates – are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. SAHM will be monitoring and sharing guidance and resources with members as this pandemic evolves. We hope that these resources for clinicians, researchers and patients/families, as well as information about self-care, are helpful.


Resources for Clinicians

Resources for Researchers

Resources for Patients and Families


Resources for Self-Care and Wellness


Additional Resources



Resources for Clinicians

 
Physicians and APRNs

CDC Resources for Healthcare Professionals
  • Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for healthcare professionals caring for COVID-19 patients, including infection control, personal protective equipment, home care, and persons under investigation
WHO Resources: COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Comprehensive global information about the pandemic and resources on epidemiology, prevention, preparedness, and technical guidance
JAMA COVID-19 Collection
  • Articles and webinars related to COVID-19 epidemiology, clinical management, public health preparedness, and patient information
DEA COVID-19 Information Page
  • Questions and Answers from the DEA regarding the national drug supply, electronic prescribing of controlled substance, and telemedicine
Critical Updates on COVID-19 from the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Resources for clinicians including clinical guidance, information on personal protective equipment, telemedicine, and physician wellness tips
 
Psychologists

Resources for Psychologists during Pandemics/Disaster Mental Health Information
  • Resources for Psychologists including working remotely, clinical strategies, and the mental health and psychosocial aspects of the pandemic.

Dieticians

COVID-19 Recommendations from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Resources related to food safety, access to food during the pandemic, evidence regarding supplements.

Social Workers:

COVID-19 from the National Association of Social Workers
  • Resources to help social workers including helping people in special populations, self-care, telehealth, and ethical considerations


Resources for Researchers

 
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) R&D (WHO)
  • Resources related to identification of critical research questions and acceleration of priority research such as diagnostics, vaccines, and therapeutics for this novel coronavirus”
Coronavirus Disease 2019: Information for NIH Applicants and Recipients of NIH Funding:
  • NIH webpage with information for NIH applicants and recipients of NIH funding, containing information about proposal submission/award management, human subjects/clinical trials, animal welfare, peer review, and funding opportunities specific to COVID-19, as well as other general resources.
     

 

Resources for Patients and Families

 
NYC Health Department guidance on sex and COVID-19
 
Quaranteenagers: Strategies for Parenting in Close Quarters
  • NYT article with helpful strategies for parents of teens
How teenagers can protect their mental health during coronavirus
  • Resource from Unicef directed toward teens
How to Talk to Teens & Young Adults About Social Distancing
  • Advice from a Ph.D. Psychologist
Talking to Children About Coronavirus (COVID19)
  • Tips from the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
  • Provided by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
 
 

Resources for Self-Care and Wellness
 

COVID-19 and Mental Health: Caring for the Public and Ourselves
  • Webinar outlining how to support patients, communicate with family members and children, and be a resource to other providers during the COVID-19 outbreak (American Psychiatric Association)
Managing Healthcare Workers' Stress Associated with the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak
  • Strategies for managing stress during and after the pandemic (National Center for PTSD)
Mindfulness Strategies: Caring for yourself while you care for others,
  • A how-to and practice session, led by Dr. Nancy Bloemer
CDC Tips for Clinicians
  • Taking Care of Your Emotional Health
Reducing Stress and Restoring Hope – A CMBM Self-Care Workshop
  • Free series of webinars from the Center for Mind-Body Medicine to develop programs of self-care, mutual support, and community healing
 



Additional Resources


Ted Talks

Podcasts

  • Happier - Practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits from Gretchen Rubin
  • Live Happy Now - Tips and ideas to live a happier and more meaningful life
  • The Burnout Doctor - A podcast to help pharmacists and healthcare professionals reset burnout

 
Apps

  • Headspace – guided meditations, currently free for healthcare providers with an NPI number
  • Calm – medication resources

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