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COVID-19 Resources for Practitioners

COVID-19 Resources for Practitioners

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This website offers a centralized collection of publicly available COVID-19 resources for public health agencies and other organizations.

Resources include free online courses, training material, and tools developed under the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Training Initiative as well as resources produced by the US CDC, non-governmental health organizations, and academic institutions. Resources are categorized into broad topics and regularly updated as new resources are developed or identified.

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Johns Hopkins University: Strategies for Assisted Living Communities during COVID-19

A free Coursera course designed for assisted living communities on COVID-19 response strategies. This course provides a central platform for assisted living administrators and direct-care staff to learn how to develop and implement a comprehensive health emergency response. Topics covered include: emergency preparedness planning, infection and outbreak prevention, communicating with stakeholders, promoting resident and staff well-being, leveraging health department and other agency resources, and testing strategies, contact tracing and cohorting.

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Coursera Course
Johns Hopkins University: Strategies for Senior Housing Communities during COVID-19

A free Coursera course designed for senior housing communities on COVID-19 response strategies. This course provides a central platform for senior housing owners, managers, and service coordinators to learn how to develop and implement a comprehensive health emergency response. Topics covered include: emergency preparedness, infection and outbreak prevention, housing operations adaptations, communicating with stakeholders, promoting resident and staff well-being, and leveraging health department and other agency resources

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