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COVID-19 Resources

Non-Certified Coursework and Resources
  • Coping with Coronavirus - Hendry Ton, MD, MS

    Many people have questions about ways to cope with stress experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic. The UC Davis Office of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the UC Davis Health Latinx Staff and Faculty Association in partnership with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion organized an online presentation with Dr. Hendry Ton, who shares a grounding meditation and practical coping strategies.

  • Coronavirus: Mental Health and Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The coronavirus pandemic has changed daily life in unprecedented ways. Dr. Peter Yellowlees, Chief Wellness Officer for UC Davis Health, discusses the importance of dealing with stress and mental health during difficult times and answers questions from patients and viewers.

  • COVID-19: Understanding a Pandemic

    Sandhya Venugopal, M.D., Associate Dean of Continuing Medical Education, talks about COVID-19 with Dean Blumberg, M.D., Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, and Paul Aronowitz, M.D., Clerkship Director of Internal Medicine.

    To take this course for credit, UC Davis Health professionals should visit the UC Learning Center

  • Donning and Doffing M3 Versaflo TR 300 update

    For UC Davis Health Professionals Only

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External Resources

  • Society of Critical Care Medicine — Offering free education to inform, prepare and equip ICU and other health care professionals during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

  • CDC on COVID-19 — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides a variety of information and resources for health care professionals.

  • WHO on COVID-19 — The World Health Organization offers updates on the COVID-19 outbreak and online training resources.

  • Preventing Zoom-Bombing — Zoom-bombing is the term for when uninvited individuals "gate-crash" Zoom meetings and share their screens to bombard attendees with disturbing imagery. Learn how to adjust your Zoom settings to protect you and your guests.