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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

A Message to our Members and Critical Care Nurses Worldwide: COVID-19 (April2020)

COVID19 – Survey on providing care during a major outbreak

CACCN Letter to our Members: COVID-19 (March2020)

#WEGOTTHIS Challenge for Critical Care Nurses and Teams #ONSENOCCUPE Tout un défi pour le personnel infirmier et les équipes œuvrant dans les soins intensifs
We are so grateful for the Canadian public showing amazing support for healthcare workers with their nightly shout outs / make some noise, meals, and those heartfelt simple thank you’s.  CACCN was challenged to show how much we appreciate the public’s support. 

CACCN was challenged to show how much we appreciate the public’s support.  We encourage you and your teams to take photos with our signs: Critical Care Nurses and/or Critical Care Healthcare Team and post on your social media platforms – Twitter: be sure to tag @caccn1 and/or post directly to our Facebook page OR send to caccn@caccn.ca with your hospital name and we will post for you! We challenge you to send this message right across the country!
Nous remercions ardemment le grand public canadien de son appui exceptionnel manifesté tous les soirs à l’égard des travailleurs de la santé, soit par des cris de soutien, des bruits, des repas, soit par de vives marques de gratitude. L’ACIISI tient à exprimer sa grande appréciation pour le soutien reçu du public. Nous vous encourageons donc, vous et vos équipes, de prendre des photos avec nos écriteaux « Personnel infirmier en soins intensifs » et de les afficher sur vos plateformes de médias sociaux à l’aide des hashtags #ONSENOCCUPE #NURSING – Twitter : prenez soin de baliser @caccn1 et / ou de les afficher directement sur notre page Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CanACCN/. Nous vous invitons même à faire circuler ce message partout au pays !

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World Health OrganizationWebsite
Rolling Events
Clinical management of severe acute respiratory infection when novel coronavirus (nCoV) infection is suspected
Health CanadaCOVID-19 Updates
Public Health Agency of CanadaInformation for Health Professionals

COVID Summary of Assumptions
Infection prevention and control for coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Interim guidance for acute healthcare settings

Routine practices and additional precautions for preventing the transmission of infection in healthcare settings

Public health management of cases and contacts associated with novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
COVID-19 MapsWhere the Cases Are
COVID-19 Tracker Canada
Mapping the COVID-19 Outbreak
Visual Guide to the Pandemic
American Association of Critical-Care NursesCoronavirus Information
AACN COVID-19 Top 5 Resources
British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)FEPA – Focused Education Preparation Advancing Frontline RNs
Register and Access
Canadian Blood ServicesUpdate on organ donation and transplantation services
Canadian Institute for Health InformationCOVID-19
Canadian Nurses AssociationCOVID Resources
Continulus Complimentary COVID-19 Educational Resources
Collection of LiteratureCOVID Papers
Critical Care Education Pandemic Preparedness Team (Ontario)QuickICUTraining
FOAMed / FOAMcast Critical Care
ICN – International Council of NursesCOVID (Youtube)
ICU-PandemicCovid Resources
Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada (NSWOCC) PPE Webinar – Prevention & Management of Skin Damage Related to PPE – Tuesday April 7, 2020 at 7 PM EDT
https://zoom.us/j/899175363
Meeting ID: 899 175 363
PPE Resources
Open PediatricsCOVID-19
Youtube Playlist
Resus Tonight with Allan & Rob Podcasts
Society of Critical Care Medicine Resources
South China Morning PostHow it all began
The Internet Book of Critical CareCOVID Resources
The Lancet Infectious Diseases Complimentary COVID-19 Articles
UK Intensive Care SocietyWellbeing Resource Library

Provincial and Territorial Websites