Online Learning & Discovery
COVID-19 Training for Healthcare Workers
Envisioned and presented by many of our Stanford Emergency Medicine faculty, this course is designed for training physicians, nurses and other healthcare workers on:
- recognizing symptoms and signs in patients with COVID-19;
- early stabilization of patients;
- preventing the need for intubation;
- ventilator management of patients, and more.
The course is available in English, Spanish, Hindi and Portuguese.
COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence
Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine in partnership with Next Door Solutions offers a series of educational video discussing the most common COVID-19 questions and answers.
A second series explores topics in intimate partner violence and how incidents may be impacted by COVID-19 pandemic conditions.
Myths & Misinformation
Viral Facts on COVID-19
Viral Facts is a regular series presented by DigitalMedic featuring our Stanford Emergency Medicine faculty, dedicated to quickly and credibly answering common COVID-19 questions.
4 Things to Know About COVID-19
COVID-19 Breakthrough Cases
LGBTQ+ Training for Healthcare Workers
LGBTQ+ Healthcare Training
Michael Gisondi, MD and partners recently launched "Teaching LGBTQ+ Health’ Course: Training a New Generation of Affirming Health Providers and Educators." Open to all, the interactive course covers LGBTQ+ health vocabulary -- terms such as gender, sexual orientation and queer -- social and behavioral determinants of queer health, and disease prevalence and prevention. It also teaches strategies for how to share the information taught in the class with others.
Stanford EM Innovation Symposium (StEMiX)
Stanford Emergency Medicine Innovation Virtual Symposium is dedicated to precision emergency medicine, and the creation, integration, and dissemination of innovative tools and ideas. Recordings of our StEMiX 2021 sessions and pre-event sessions are now available. Learn about telehealth, medical education, innovation and more!
Infodemic: A Conference on COVID-19 Misinformation and Social Media
In August 2021, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine co-hosted a virtual consensus conference featuring experts from around the globe who explored how social media and other digital platforms are routinely leveraged to misinform the public about COVID-19. Recordings of the sessions are now available.