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In this COVID-19 epidemic healthcare workers are the heroes! This video provides information about the virus, how it is spread and what you can do to protect yourself and others.
To reduce your risk of catching or spreading illness, stay home if you feel sick, even if your symptoms are mild. Do not go to work, school or public places, and avoid public transportation.
If you think you may have symptoms of the coronavirus, speak with a Teladoc doctor today: (800)-TELADOC (835-2362). For more information visit teladoc.com/coronavirus.
If your symptoms are severe or you feel like you need medical care, call before you go to a doctor’s office, urgent care center or emergency room.
COVID-19: Resilience and Well-being Seminar
A Six-hour Interprofessional Symposium In Honor of Mental Health Awareness Month
Periods of global crisis create enormous uncertainty for millions of people in the United States and the world. Learning to differentiate what “normal” reactions are to crises and what constitutes a pathological response is a major step in learning how to cope and respond. Knowing what anxiety is in the brain and ways of addressing unhealthy reactions to fear and horror; and understanding pharmacological, nutritional, and psycho-social therapies will help front-line healthcare workers and their patients navigate new realities we are facing.
Attention EVS workers in hospitals and nursing homes!
This free training presents best practices for preventing healthcare-associated infections and protecting yourself during the pandemic. Exposure to germs in healthcare facilities can lead to illness in both patients and healthcare professionals. Learn strategies that EVS workers can take to minimize infections and what healthcare facilities are doing to respond to the novel coronavirus.
Infection Control: Hand Hygiene Skills Lab 2019
What You Need To Know About Handwashing
Hand-washing Steps Using the WHO Technique
Coronavirus COVID-19 Training for Home Health Aides
Need help or additional information? Take a look at the resources below or call the NYS Coronavirus Hotline at (888) 364-3065