This Vaccine Toolkit provides the latest evidence-based information about vaccines approved for use to prevent COVID-19 infections
The following clinical resources are focused on symptomatic patients with suspected, probable, or confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection without evidence of viral pneumonia or hypoxia.
The following clinical resources are focused on patients (adolescent or adult) with clinical signs of pneumonia (fever, cough, dyspnea, fast breathing) or imaging that shows pneumonia but not severely ill.
The following clinical resources are focused on patients with severe pneumonia (which typically requires chest imaging) and may be complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome and shock.
The following resources offer the latest clinical information on variants with mutations reportedly circulating in India that may impact transmission, virulence, and immunity.
Clinical guidance from health authorities around the world about diagnosis and treatment.
Evidence-based information to support your patient care and prevent COVID-19.
The ICU Nursing Refresher Toolkit brings curated, key Nursing Skills and eLearning lessons to ICU nurses managing high volumes of COVID patients, as well as nurses called from other units to assist with COVID care in the ICU.
Trusted nursing and respiratory care knowledge sourced directly from professional practice organizations, regulatory, accreditation, and best practice guidelines.
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Elsevier’s Mental and Behavioral Healthcare Hub, where you can access clinical resources to help patients manage their mental and behavioral health. You’ll also find resources to support your own resilience as you care for patients in challenging environments.
In this series, leading experts probe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on front-line clinicians. Each video is under five minutes and features insights, recommendations and tools to help healthcare teams build resiliency to support their mental health and wellness, while also caring for others.
DR. BERNADETTE MELNYK
In this video, Dr. Bernadette Melnyk discusses the need for healthcare systems to provide anonymous depression and anxiety screenings because of the stigma related to mental health issues.
DR. BRENDAN KELLY
Dr. Brendan Kelly discusses the early warning signs of compassion burnout and fatigue, as well as techniques to approach and help colleagues who may be disproportionally taking on individual responsibility for patient outcomes during COVID-19.
Dr. Brendan Kelly discusses how healthcare teams can reduce stressors related to the COVID-19 pandemic, while at work and at home by making an effort to connect with colleagues about things other than work and participating in online professional networks.
Dr. Bernadette Melnyk shares evidence-based tools and cognitive behavior skills-building techniques that you can put into practice immediately to maintain your mental health and wellness.
DR. GORDON ASMUNDSON
In this video, Dr. Asmundson discusses the variety of mental health-related issues that may arise from the pandemic, including COVID-specific stressors faced by healthcare workers and others in high-contact work environments.
Mental Health Promotion among Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
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