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When emergencies occur, coordination is necessary.

Within the framework of the Global Humanitarian Response Plan, the Health Cluster, led by WHO, protects the most vulnerable from the #COVID19 pandemic & guides the response.

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Our #COVID19 resource center keeps you informed and up to date with coronavirus news. It includes updates from @CDCgov and @JAMA_current as well as our advocacy initiatives to help flatten the curve and keep our physicians and their patients safe. http://spr.ly/6016GxTYK

In case you missed it, watch our most recent Prioritizing Equity panel on #COVID19's potential impact on the traditional voting process, precautions for in-person voting & the importance of the voting for marginalized communities. http://spr.ly/6011GxTcb

Essential workers may be at a higher risk of being exposed to #flu and #COVID19. Protect yourself and your community from flu by getting a #fluvaccine. The more people vaccinated; the more people protected. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3aicrRn

Our #COVID19 resource center keeps you informed and up to date with coronavirus news. It includes updates from @CDCgov and @JAMA_current as well as our advocacy initiatives to help flatten the curve and keep our physicians and their patients safe. http://spr.ly/6014GxTYy

Sun protection isn’t just for the summer! Don’t forget sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher before you head out this weekend. Wear it year-round and for every outdoor activity you do: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/basic_info/sun-safety.htm

"Do sounds that don’t bother anyone else make you want to tear your hair out? Hypersensitive hearing is a fairly common mood symptom with bipolar."

When Noise Annoys: Coping with Hypersensitive Hearing: [https://bit.ly/3cwsJr1] via @bpHopeMag

Our tagline for Goalkeepers is “progress is possible but not inevitable”— and we stand by it.

In order to progress and ultimately end this pandemic, all countries must work together. https://gates.ly/343h13u

#WearAMask to help slow the spread of #COVID19. When removing your mask, handle only the ear loops or ties, and fold the outside corners together. Be careful not to touch your eyes, nose, or mouth, and wash your hands after removing.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/30QOzQF.

Get best practices and emerging science across practice-changing topics in care with the Clinical Spotlight Series! Learn more: https://bit.ly/3kyyY13 #ACCEd

In case you missed it, watch our most recent Prioritizing Equity panel on #COVID19's potential impact on the traditional voting process, precautions for in-person voting & the importance of the voting for marginalized communities. http://spr.ly/6014GxTcp

This is what works against #COVID19:

1⃣ Preventing amplifying events

2⃣ Protecting the vulnerable

3⃣ Educating & empowering communities to protect themselves & others

4⃣ Finding, isolating, testing & caring for cases, & tracing & quarantining their contacts

-@DrTedros

Wearing a face covering and staying six feet apart doesn’t just protect you, it protects those around you. Learn more about doing your part during #COVID19: https://bit.ly/3kQizEu #COVIDStopsWithMe

"Decades of systemic racism & the structures developed under it continue to limit the ability of Americans to benefit equally from cancer advances..." View the full cancer disparities report by @AACR via @axios here: http://bit.ly/axios-report-cancer-deathrates

If you‘re sick with #COVID19 & your pet becomes sick, don’t take your pet to the veterinary clinic yourself. Call your veterinarian & let them know you have been sick with COVID-19. https://bit.ly/2D5fJLg

NEW from @WorldBank: COVID-19 threatens to wipe out a decade of gains in health and education, especially in the poorest countries.

Investments in health, education, and social protection are vital to recovery. https://bit.ly/3cxXAnb

Pap test, HPV test, or both? Talk to your doctor about which cervical cancer screening is best for you: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical/basic_info/screening.htm #gyncsm #GynecologicCancerAwarenessMonth

Our #COVID19 resource center keeps you informed and up to date with coronavirus news. It includes updates from @CDCgov and @JAMA_current as well as our advocacy initiatives to help flatten the curve and keep our physicians and their patients safe. http://spr.ly/6012Gaf2w

Dr. Rachel Lampert from @YaleCardiology suggests that when caring for atrial fibrillation patients during #COVID19, remote monitoring through medically and commercially available monitors can be helpful. Get more advice in a quick tips video here: https://bit.ly/32SkAKd #AFib

If you have a child with special healthcare needs, you and your family can prepare ahead of an emergency event by developing a written emergency care plan and practicing that plan. Get started with our emergency kit checklists: https://bit.ly/2GYkQP2. #PrepYourHealth

The latest issue of #CardiologyMag is out! Read our cover story, "The Power in Community: Global crisis underscores strength, resilience and courage of the ACC Family" here: https://bit.ly/2FH1rCz

In case you missed it, watch our most recent Prioritizing Equity panel on #COVID19's potential impact on the traditional voting process, precautions for in-person voting & the importance of the voting for marginalized communities. http://spr.ly/6015Gafsx

Many immigrant students are returning to school with increased mental stress and significantly limited support resources. @the_mhcoalition collected stories from immigrant students about how they have been coping. Check out their stories: https://bit.ly/2FOK9TO

Check out our newest courses and top picks to assist you in your day-to-day activities.

AAPL New Courses in 2020: https://hubs.ly/H0w_z060

#PhysicianLeaders #Physicians #CME

Today marks 47 years since the signing of the #RehabilitationAct into law. Learn how this landmark legislation protects the rights of those with disabilities in the workplace and in federal programs: https://bit.ly/363oAK9.

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