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Latest Updates

  • Booster requirement: A COVID-19 booster shot will be required for all students, faculty and staff beginning Jan 24. Eligibility timing differs based on when you received your final dose of your initial vaccine. (1.4.21) Read more
  • Remote working: All able to work remotely should continue to do so through Jan 24. Clinical faculty and staff should consult

Past the PandemicPast the Pandemic Sessions for Faculty and Staff

This interactive series offers health care providers and other staff working in health care settings strategies to name, normalize, and validate worries and experiences during this pandemic and beyond.

Each topic will have self-paced video modules providing helpful, tangible tools in a psychoeducational format. By understanding stress along a continuum, participants will learn how to manage stress and loss, increase capacity to prevent burnout, elevate connectedness and mindfulness, and promote self-efficacy and quality patient care.

DOM COVID Expert Forum with National and International Experts

The Department of Medicine hosted this timely panel discussion on Jan 18, providing updates on the omicron variant, future variants, therapeutic efficacy and clinical disease severity, and vaccine efficacy. This panel discussion was moderated by Chair of Medicine Vineet Chopra, MD, MSc. 

Expert panelists include:

  • Krutika Kuppalli, MD, FIDSA, medical officer - COVID-19 Health Operations, World Health Organization – Geneva, Switzerland
  • Carlos del Rio, MD, Leon L. Haley Jr, MD Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Emory University School of Medicine and executive associate dean for Emory at Grady
  • Megan Ranney, MD, MPH, associate dean for Strategy & Innovation, Brown School of Public Health, associate professor of emergency medicine, director of Brown Institute for Translational Sciences, Policy and Practice

COVID-19 Expert Resources

Questions about resources or content on this page? Do you have a suggestion of other resources that should be added? Contact Department of Medicine Communications Program Manager Holli Keyser.