COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

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Created with the goal of connecting with clinicians across our community and region, this site showcases video content, research and publications, clinical protocols, podcasts, newsletters and other specialty clinic information.

Featured Content

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Telehealth clinic addresses COVID-19 survivors' needs

Aaron Bunnell, MD, discusses UW Medicine's post-COVID telehealth clinic for patients with lingering effects.

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Psychiatric consult line for providers expands to 24/7

Providers in Washington may now call the Psychiatry Consultation Line (877-WA-PSYCH) 24/7.

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Putting genomics into practice to combat common diseases

NIH announces funding for the Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Genomic Risk Assessment and Management Network.

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Organized response helped western Washington flatten curve

26 stakeholders, including several from UW Medicine, publish analysis of effort that emerged with pandemic outbreak.

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How face coverings can help prevent the spread of COVID-19

Chloe Bryson-Cahn, MD, explains the importance of face coverings as we learn more about COVID-19.

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Doctor writes guide for discussing COVID-19 with patients

Anthony Back, MD, pens "Communication Skills in the Age of COVID-19," highlighting just-in-time tips for talking with patients while operating under crisis standards.

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LEARN webinar on suicide prevention training

Christopher DeCou, PhD, and Jennifer Stuber, director of Forefront Suicide Prevention, discuss how to recognize signs of distress and respond to someone at risk of suicide.

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Pre-pregnancy health affects COVID-19 infection severity

Kristina Adams Waldorf, MD, discusses findings published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology on how COVID-19 infections affect pregnant women with existing health challenges.

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