COVID-19 Learnly Resources

Dear Learnly Sites,

As together we navigate the changes brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic we recognize that many of the strategies in place to fight the spread of the epidemic can also pose challenges to the continuation of medical training of our residents and physicians.

SUPPORT FOR REMOTE LEARNING

As more learning is transferred to virtual spaces to promote social distancing, our team at Learnly is here to support you and your anesthesia program to adapt to the COVID-19 and ensure there is no disruption in the access and delivery of high quality anesthesia education to your residents.

SUPPORT AT THE POINT OF CARE: A MOBILE APP

At Learnly we have taken initiatives to support you during this time including preparing a guide on how to best use Learnly for COVID-19, hosting a conversation with Italian anesthesiologists on the front line of the epidemic to help us prepare for the learning challenges ahead and creating a dedicated app with anesthesia resources for COVID-19 (access link by mobile device only).

PERSONAL SUPPORT FOR FACULTY AND STUDENTS

Our team is available to answer any questions you might have at learnly.zendesk.com or by email at [email protected].  We can help answer questions about how to convert in-person seminars into virtual lessons using our Learnly Showcase lectures and other program resources. Should you require immediate assistance we are also available by phone at (650) 497 1784.

Sincerely,

The Learnly Team
Stanford University School of Medicine
Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab

Useful Links

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Community/Crowdsourced Resource (Oxford Center for Evidence Based Medicine)

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Community/Crowdsourced Resource (Alibaba)

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News (The Guardian)

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Community/Crowdsourced Resource

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Video

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News–Drugs & Treatment

Live Webinar Thursday April 16, 2020
9AM PST | 12PM EST | 6PM PARIS Time

COVID-19: Lessons from the French Front Lines on Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join Larry Chu, MD (Professor, Director, Stanford AIM Lab) and Bassam Kadry, MD (Associate Clinical Professor, Stanford Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine) for a discussion about how we can learn from anesthesiologists in France on the front lines of COVID-19 as we prepare for the pandemic in the US. Joining us for this special AIM Lab/Learnly session will be a group of anesthesiologists and health care professionals from France who will share their “lessons learned” in managing the pandemic in France.

We will expand on our previous webinar in the following ways:

• How to protect the workforce
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• Infectious Disease.
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Overview of anti-viral, anti-bacterial.
Medications, dosages, risks of medications.
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• Medical Affairs Directions
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Food Management.
Daycare Management.
Workforce wellbeing.
Occupational Health Management.
Hospital Capacity.
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• Non-COVID patient admitted to ICU.
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Extension of PACU as ICU.
Converting PACU into ICU.
How to reorganize ICUs into COVID vs. Non-COVID
Converting PACU/PreOP into ICUs.
How to expand ICU bed capacity (Ventilator, Oxygen)
ECMO Management
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• Learning and training perspectives
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The voice of the resident (Questions).
Balancing learning opportunity with personal safety and family.
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• How is resuscitation different from other sepsis or ARDS patients?
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Ventilator Management.
Fluid management
Vasopressor Management
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• Thromboprophylaxis in the COVID19 patient
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• Immunology of the COVID19 patient
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