Stanford Front Line COVID-19 Consult Service

The Stanford Front Line COVID-19 Consult Service was created in response to a growing demand from the Primary Care clinicians at Stanford. The clinicians were looking for succinct, evidence-based summaries of the rapidly evolving body of literature and popular press coverage surrounding COVID-19. This service is staffed by Stanford medical and physician assistant students who, with faculty oversight, produce responses through rigorous literature review and synthesis of the best available evidence, providing real-world experiences with evidence-based medicine practices. In an effort to help mitigate the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on underserved communities, the Stanford Front Line COVID-19 Consult Service is now in the process of scaling up to meet the needs of providers at local community clinics. For any information on this program, you can reach us at FrontlineFAQ-external@lists.stanford.edu

(Zoom session pic - Medical and Physician Assitant Students collaborating with Primary Care Faculty to provide Stanford Front Line COVID-19 Consult Service)

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Students help physicians with rapid-response COVID-19 answers

Published on May 18, 2020 | Author Mandy Erickson