COVID-19 Daily Digest2022-01-06T09:27:26-05:00
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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.

WISE Indiana is no longer updating the COVID-19 Daily Digest. Thank you to all of the contributors and readers. We hope that you have found the Daily Digest as a valuable resource throughout the pandemic. We look forward to providing you with more WISE Indiana specific updates in 2022.

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EXPERT REVIEWS OF RELEVANT AND EMERGING LITERATURE

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WISE Indiana COVID-19 Daily Digest – A Review of the Last Two Years

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Published on  :  | By Payal Patel-Dovlatabadi

Monthly Review: COVID-19 Data and Surveillance – December 27, 2021

Antiviral Medications

Both Pfizer and Merck have developed antiviral medications that could help with treatment

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Published on  :  | By Maria Brann

Monthly Review: Communicating COVID-19 – December 20, 2021

With the holiday season upon us in the midst of a pandemic, many people are

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Published on  :  | By Lola Adeoye-Olatunde

Monthly Review: COVID-19 Health Equity – December 6, 2021

In this month’s final COVID-19 Health Equity review, we discuss recent literature on the impact

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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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