California Academy of Family Physicians is diligently working on compiling resources for our members and their practice teams regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every day it seems we are getting new information about COVID-19. There are many things we don’t know, including the extent of California Covid-19 rate of infection and duration of this pandemic. What we do know is that family physicians are in the middle of it. You can depend on your CAFP and AAFP to provide you with accurate and timely information, advocacy for the resources and law changes you need to keep your patients and staff healthy, and opportunities to connect and share information.
Below, you will find a list of various resources, from CDC to AAFP. If you have a resource that you would like to share, please send to email@example.com.
Information provided by https://update.covid19.ca.gov/.
As a follow up to our previous survey at the beginning of the pandemic, and part of CAFP's advocacy efforts, we are collecting information about how COVID-19 has affected your practice income. This information will help CAFP have a clear picture of the financial impact COVID-19 is currently having on your practices.
We are all craving time to connect … with friends, family, colleagues and others. To help close this gap among family physicians, we are launching the CAFP Community Conversation, a virtual time to connect with colleagues.
This zoom-inar time is yours: Learn what CAFP is up to, ask questions, get answers, talk about your experiences, or simply hear friendly voices!
Join the conversation on Sunday at 7:30pm.
As COVID-19 impacts our communities and your practices, there are ongoing changes and updates to telehealth practices. CAFP has captured a host of resources for you.
If you know of resources that should be shared with your CAFP colleagues, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CDC has an immense library of resources for health care professionals, including a webinar for preparedness strategies.
AAFP has an ever-growing list of resources for you in preparing for Coronavirus.
The California Department of Public Health is issuing daily updates on the status of Coronavirus in California.
The World Health Organization offers a vast resource of latest updates on COVID-19 outbreak.