Stanford-Specific Covid-19 Resources

Please access the following links of Stanford-specific resources pertaining to COVID-19.

Stanford’s COVID Updates

Resources for Teaching and Research

Resources for Self-Care

  • Connect and Recharge Group
    The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has convened Connect & Recharge Groups  to help support well-being for all Stanford Medicine colleagues who are affected by additional stressors in the face of COVID-19. These groups are free, confidential, and are open to members of the Stanford Medicine community, including faculty, trainees, and staff at the School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care, and Stanford Children's Health/LPCH. For more information, please visit: https://med.stanford.edu/psychiatry/special-initiatives/crgroups.html
  • Cardinal at Work | COVID-19 Resources
    Stanford University is offering resources and support to assist children and families in navigating this challenging moment in time. For more information go to Cardinal at Work|Benefits & Rewards page
  • Resource and Support for Harassment & Hate Towards Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders during COVID-19 
    As you may have seen on the news, heard from friends or family members, or experienced yourself, harassment and hate crimes towards Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have risen markedly during the COVID-19 crisis. A recent poll indicated that 60% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian ancestry for COVID-19. While this may be the most recent manifestation of a long history of anti-Asian and anti-immigrant sentiment within the United States, Stanford University firmly rejects racism and hate speech. 
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External Resources related to Equity and COVID-19

  • A list of external resources related to equity and COVID-19 curated by the Stanford Medicine Diversity Cabinet and the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity Liaisons.

Upcoming events

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you for all that you are doing, whether on the front lines of clinical care and teaching, in the research arena, sheltering in place, and the many other activities that are helping to keep our community safe. I am continually impressed with the extraordinary feats our faculty are able and willing to accomplish. Please know that the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity is here to serve as a resource to you, our community, at this difficult time. You may always reach out to my office (facultydevelopment_som@stanford.edu) with questions, concerns and suggestions. We hope that you all stay safe and healthy, and that you are practicing self-care during this stressful time. We look forward to continuing to work with you now and after this epidemic is resolved.

Regards,

Bonnie

Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado, MD

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity