FOR INDIANA’S FRONTLINE RESPONDERS
The COVID-19 Daily Digest is made possible by WISE Indiana (Wellbeing Informed by Science and Evidence in Indiana) – a partnership between the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute’s Monon Collaborative and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration to engage Indiana’s nationally-recognized academic experts to evaluate and inform Indiana practices, programs and policies.
EXPERT REVIEWS OF RELEVANT AND EMERGING LITERATURE
Review: How you should read coronavirus studies, or any science paper
Review: The importance of addressing advance care planning and decisions about do-not-resuscitate orders during novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)
Review: Effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 cases, deaths, and demand for hospital services in the UK: a modelling study
Commissioner’s Order: Requirements for Reporting COVID-19 Information to the State Department of Health (ISDH)
This order from the State Health Commissioner Kristina Box was signed on June 1st, 2020. All laboratories performing COVID-19 PCR testing for residents of Indiana shall report all negative COVID-19 test results, in addition to the positive results already required to be reported, to the Indiana State Department of Health in a manner prescribed by ISDH, within twenty-four hours of completing the test.
Coronavirus Relief Funds Available for Providers (FSSA)
The Family and Social Services Administration has announced the availability of funding to support some of home-and community-based providers who have been impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic.
WHO Situation Report (WHO)
Daily updates from the World Health Organization on the COVID-19 Pandemic across the globe. This document also provides surveillance data and WHO objectives during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Data Visualization (CDC)
This page displays the latest graphics from the CDC on COVID-19 data. These data visualizations may make patterns and trends much more identifiable.
EXPERT RESPONSES TO KEY QUESTIONS
These documents were prepared by teams of research librarians and faculty experts in response to specific questions posed by individuals involved in Indiana’s frontline COVID-19 response. They summarize information that frontline responders may find useful. Please note that information is current for the dates specified. New studies, priorities and literature are being published daily, and best practices are rapidly evolving. These documents do not represent clinical guidelines, standard operating procedures, or the opinions or positions of FSSA.
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