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Resources for COVID-19

Vaccine Information

Resources for clinicians and educators about the COVID-19 vaccines

ACCME launched an updated COVID-19 Clinician Resources webpage: LearnToVaccinate.org. Clinicians will find a searchable database of accredited CE activities and links to key articles and other relevant, timely materials. Accredited CE providers are invited to promote your activities. Use this submission form.

ACCME also updated their COVID-19—Learn to Vaccinate: Educator Resources page to support your efforts to develop vaccine-related accredited activities.

SACME Webinars on Demand

Effective Online Learning by Design – Preparing for Life Post-Pandemic
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Assessing Meaningful Outcomes in Program Evaluation of Online Learning
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Reimagining Medical Meetings after the COVID-19 Pandemic
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CPD Community Response to a Global Pandemic
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SACME Listserv

SACME members can utilize this channel for a continued dialogue with your CME colleagues across the nation. Share the latest resources, post questions, offer your insights to others. The SACME Listserv is generously hosted by Wayne State University.
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Mental Wellness Resources

For healthcare workers on the frontline of the pandemic:
  • Trauma and Compassion Fatigue Guide for Healthcare Workers - Georgetown University's School of Nursing & Health Studies

  • 10 Percent Happier Subscription - Healthcare workers can get free access to the meditation app 10 Percent Happier

  • Headspace Subscription - The meditation app Headspace is offering free access to Headspace Plus for healthcare professionals in the U.S. through the end of 2020.
  • American Medical Association - The American Medical Association compiled tips and strategies to help healthcare providers address their own mental health needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • CovidMentalHealthSupport.org - Database of free crisis services searchable by state, county, contact method, support type, topics, and categories.
  • For the Frontlines - This 24/7 help line provides free crisis counseling for frontline workers. They can text FRONTLINE to 741741 in the U.S. (Support is also available for residents of Canada, Ireland, and the U.K.).

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