The Resource Section will include numerous information sources related to the pain- opioid Ecosystem. Topics are geared to individuals, professionals, and organizations in the Coronavirus Virus and COVID-19 ecosystem.  The section is divided into the following topics:


Infectious disease outbreaks, such as the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) increase fear and uncertainty. Knowing how to care for yourself and your family can reduce distress and allow people to function more effectively. These educational fact sheets provide information and recommendations for healthcare personnel, families, businesses, and communities on caring for yourself and your family during this emerging infectious disease outbreak.                                                                                                                  coronavirus response from CSTS.

FACT SHEET: Taking Care of Your Family During Coronavirus and Other Emerging Infectious Disease Outbreaks

FACT SHEET: Sustaining the Well-Being of Healthcare Personnel during Coronavirus and other Infectious Disease Outbreaks


FACT SHEET: Caring for Patients’ Mental Well-Being During Coronavirus and Other Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Guide for Clinicians


FACT SHEET: Taking Care of Patients During the Coronavirus Outbreak: A Guide for Psychiatrists


FACT SHEET: Coronavirus and Emerging Infectious Disease Outbreaks: How Healthcare Personnel Can Support Military Families and their Health


FACT SHEET: Leaders’ Guide to Risk Communication in the Face of Coronavirus and Other Emerging Public Health Threats


FACT SHEET: Mental Health and Behavioral Guidelines for Preparedness and Response to Coronavirus and other Emerging Infectious Outbreaks


FACT SHEET: Coronavirus Preparedness & Response: Critical Elements for Business Planning

Additional Resources

Additional free fact sheet resources at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress

CDC: About Human Coronaviruses

CDC: Summary and Information for Coronavirus

From the White House Coronavirus Task Force

MHS: Coronavirus: What providers, patients should know

DoD Coronavirus Spotlight

WHO: Novel Coronavirus Advice for the public

WHO: Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

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WHO: Q&A on coronaviruses (COVID-19) 17 April 2020 is built and maintained by the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) and collaborators.  Our goal is to minimize the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 by providing useful data and guidelines for action

COVID-19 FAQ What you need to know about the novel coronavirus, how it’s transmitted, and how you can protect yourself.


 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 


COVID-19: Johns Hopkins University Experts Discuss Novel Coronavirus


WHO: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Information about COVID-19 in the United States

Coronavirus advisory information World Health Organization 

Coronavirus Q&A World Health Organization

Coronavirus condition overview World Health Organization

Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to “flatten the curve” (Washington Post) 

Coronavirus Live Updates (NYTimes)

Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now (Medium)

COVID Tech Handbook: Resources for Doctors (Crowdsourced)

COVID-19 Maps & visuals (CIDRAP) 

What You Should Know (CDC) 

COVID-19 Disease Resources (WHO) 

COVID-19 diagnosis and treatment (JAMA)

Tracking Every Coronavirus Case in the U.S.: Full Map (NYTimes)

A detailed guide to the coronavirus drugs and vaccines in development (STAT)

Identifying Communities at Risk of COVID-19 (XY.AI)


COVID-19 Visual Project archive

Peter Attia Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19) Information

National Academies:  COVID-19 Responses & Resources

As the COVID-19 pandemic grips the nation and the world, the National Academies are rapidly mobilizing critical expertise in science, engineering, and medicine to inform government response and recovery efforts with evidence-based guidance, and are facilitating collaboration across research disciplines and between the public and private sectors.

For 30+ years, Foresight Institute has been steering imaginations of flourishing futures, and the technologies that get us there. Our work includes technical competitions to advance crucial technologies, strategy groups for ensuring the beneficial use of those technologies and public salons to educate the public and give everyone a stake in positive long-term futures. We launched the website as a collaborative onboarding document about positive futures directed at the next generation, providing a few shortcuts to find out what is at stake for civilization and how to plug in. The focus is specifically on ambitious, exciting futures, rather than dystopian narratives, to encourage the next generation to dream big again.

This report groups ideas for change into the buckets of health, investment & philanthropy, default institutions, governance architectures, coordination technologies, civil responsibility, sense-making systems, global resilience, planetary ecosystem, diverse worlds, culture & arts, flourishing.


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