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External Users' Covid-19 Training: In-Patient 101

This guide is intended as a resource for clinicians caring for critically-ill COVID-19 patients, based on available evidence and recommendations compiled from governing bodies, professional societies, universities and publicly available data sets. The recommendations do not replace clinical judgment or the need for individualized patient care plans. While we attempt to keep this guide up-to-date, the literature on COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, and we suggest that practitioners search for the most up-to-date literature on any specific topic or request research/articles from HonorHealth’s library services.


This document is aimed at providing a synopsis for practicing physicians and advance care practitioners who have volunteered to provide care for hospitalized patients within HonorHealth

  • Based on the experience in COVID 19 endemic areas a 30% surge is expected.

  • In order to staff the surge, it is anticipated that physicians and other providers will be asked to care for hospitalized patients with COVID 19 as well as acutely ill patients.

  • Our medical library has a great resource collection for COVID 19.

  • This Guide includes sections on  Covid-19 Clinical Guidance,  Protection, Clinical Resources, and Tools

  • CME credit is available for completing the modules listed.

COVID-19 Clinical Guidance


COVID-19 Protection

CME Disclosures

Acknowledgment:  This CME event is not supported by any commercial entity or joint partnership.

Disclosure: Priya Radhakrishnan, MD, discloses that she has received research/grant support from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and Pfizer. Alison Essary, DHSc, MHPE, PA-C discloses that she has received grant/research support from BCBS Mobilize AZ Grant Program and is a shareholder with Denali. All other members of the planning committee have no relevant financial relationships with a commercial interest to disclose.

Accreditation Statement: HonorHealth is accredited by ArMA to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Statement: HonorHealth designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of _2_ AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.