These are unprecedented times. The Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic is upending personal and professional lives, and the impacts on health care systems and clinicians are profound.

Both NEJM Group and our parent organization, the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS), are offering a number of resources to help you stay informed.

If you are self-isolating at or working from home, you can make use of these resources online. If you are on the front lines providing care to those with the virus we are thinking of you, with gratitude for your hard work.

The New England Journal of Medicine (nejm.org)

A dedicated resource for information about Novel Coronavirus disease is freely available from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Here, you’ll find a continually updated collection of articles and other resources on the Covid-19 outbreak, including clinical reports, a HealthMap of the outbreak, management guidelines, and commentary. Visit nejm.org/coronavirus »

NEJM Resident 360 Covid-19 Discussions

NEJM Resident 360 is hosting two discussions, through April 13:

  • Covid-19 Case Reports: We invite you to share short case reports of patients you have treated with Covid-19 in your hospital. Share and review case reports »

NEJM Journal Watch Covid-19 Coverage

All coverage from NEJM Journal Watch, Physician’s First Watch, and Journal Watch blogs is collected in one place and will be continually updated as new stories are published. Visit Covid-19: NEJM Journal Watch Coverage »

The Massachusetts Medical Society

The Massachusetts Medical Society has a collection of resources including links to updates from the Massachusetts Department of Health, PPE guidance, links to mental and behavioral health resources, and more. Visit http://www.massmed.org/Covid-19 »

From Area9 Lyceum and AACC – Free CME on Coronavirus

Area9 Lyceum has released an adaptive learning module on Covid-19, using AACC Learning Lab for Laboratory Medicine on NEJM Knowledge+.

The module addresses the origin of Covid-19, how it is transmitted, symptoms and differences in severity, complications, diagnosis, and prevention. The learning module is now available at no cost to medical and laboratory professionals. Register here »

Thank you for your efforts with the Covid-19 outbreak and we hope this information is valuable to you and your colleagues.