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Use of HICS in COVID-19 Recovery & Resilience

Subject: Emergency Management
Item Type: Guide
Description: This interactive pdf and printable flyer describes the use of HICS in COVID-19 recovery and resilience.Recovery from and response to a disaster can happen at the same time - in the short, intermediate, and long terms. Recovery requires collaboration…

Pathophysiology of COVID-19

Subject: Research
Item Type: Guide
Description: This printable flyer tells you about the pathophysiology of COVID-19.A typical presentation for COVID-19 includes cough, dyspnea, and an x-ray with diffuse opacities in the lungs. As the disease progresses, patients may develop increased respiratory…

Emergency Department Testing for COVID-19

Subject: Laboratory
Item Type: Guide
Description: Testing strategies impact overall hospital operations, including the need for cohorting and amount of PPE used. These guidelines help balance the safety and efficacy of testing at your facility.


Subject: Emergency Management
Item Type: Guide
Description: As we reopen, children—and those who serve them—need support more than ever. Use the resources in this toolkit as a steppingstone to help protect the kids and staff within your organization. Find this and related resources:…


Subject: Emergency Management
Item Type: Guide
Description: What Does Back to School Look Like During COVID-19? With many schools across Georgia working through ever-changing plans for the new school year—we’re all adjusting to a new normal and Children’s is here to help.


Subject: Personnel Management
Item Type: Hyperlink
Description: First responders are the primary frontline professionals responding to emergencies and are the difference between life and death for patients and community members. Continually at risk for physical injury, compassion fatigue, “burn-out”, and…

Helping Children Wear Masks

Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Description: Wearing a mask can be difficult for all of us. How can you teach and help a child to wear a mask?

Engineering Controls for Long-term Care

Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Guide
Description: Engineering controls can be implemented to isolate people from a hazard and provide protection for long-term care residents and staff.

Work Smart!

Subject: Physical Infrastructure
Item Type: Guide
Description: Understand negative pressure isolation. Reduce your exposure risk. Conserve PPE.

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