Our Vision:


The current COVID-19  pandemic enhances our ability to address social challenges through citizen engagement.

By March 2022, public health-driven considerations are driving the response to the COVID-19 Pandemic-related then political consideration.

By March  2023 a treatment, as well as prevention for the virus (Vaccines), is available to all individuals who have access to affordable, evidence-based treatment.

By July  2022 every individual who experiences symptoms of COVID-19  infection has access to and is able to receive evidence-based, best practice informed treatment that improves their well-being in outcomes that matter for them.

By August  2022 there are no reported deaths of COVID-19 infection reported in the US.​


The psychological, economic, social, political challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are recognized and their impact is addressed on all levels of culture, institutions, government. 

Be Part of the Solution
This is version 1.0 (very early stage) of the citizen commission any feedback is greatly appreciated as we develop future versions.  
The challenges of the  COVID-19 Pandemic require a  comprehensive response at all aspects of society.   If you believe as we do that preventable deaths associated with the COVID-19 are unacceptable and largely preventable. If you believe that long-standing systemic issues such as racism, raging inequality have no place in our society. If you would like to help build a more citizen-based framework for citizen engagement to address social challenges.
Then you may be interested in learning more about  The COVID 19 Citizen Commission 

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Featured Stakeholder


The Media 

April  2022

Featured Tracer Case

Mr. Ben McAdams, an individual suffering from COVID 19 


The  COVID 19 Case Presentation and Citizen Commission Version 1.0 

This is version 1.0 (very early stage) of the citizen commission any feedback is greatly appreciated as we develop future versions.  


The COVID-19 Citizen Commission Version 1.0 and Medical Case Presentation are  frameworks for a citizen-oriented approach to engage with the challenges facing us in the body politic of the United States. Using the medical case presentation as an organizing structure, the COVID-19 Pandemic Citizen Commission offers a dynamic, interactive, collaborative process that engages our fellow citizens to address the biological, social, financial challenges confronting us as individuals, members of our community and citizens of the nation and the world. It provides a vehicle for citizens to collaborate, identify, analyze, develop, implement and monitor a solution based “treatment plan” for medical problems. 

Citizen Commission Deliberation About the Media
Starting April  2022

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Online Courses


Welcome to OpenWHO

OpenWHO is WHO’s interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform offering online courses to improve the response to health emergencies. OpenWHO enables the Organization and its key partners to transfer life-saving knowledge to large numbers of frontline responders.

Free Coursera Course
Measuring and Maximizing Impact of COVID-19 Contact Tracing

This course aims teach managers and developers of contact tracing programs how to use performance indicators in an interactive tool for estimating the impact of their program on transmission and strategizing about performance improvements.

About COVID 19 

This is a course about COVID 19 . It will describe what happens in the body as well as in the general society and how this information helps us deal with and overcome the pandemic. It will also discuss other topics such as government policy and our vulnerability to the virus.