Broadcast & Print
CNN visited Harborview Medical Center to report on what the frontline of the fight against COVID-19 looks like.
Harborview Medical Center and UW Medicine are gearing up to implement a "surge plan" that will enable its hospitals to better respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
King County is converting the nearly 90-year-old Harborview Hall into a recovery center for people recuperating from the coronavirus. KIRO7 came to see it.
Lizzo donated lunches to 26 hospitals across the country, including UWMC.
Worried about a 25% decrease in the number of calls from people with symptoms of heart attacks, strokes and other serious medical issues — and a 10% increase in instances in which the patient dies before emergency medical personnel arrive — the King County Fire Chiefs organization is urging people to call 911 when needed.
8 types of data: Telling the story of COVID-19. Stakeholders should consider these 8 data types as they consider how best to move forward during the pandemic and in a post-COVID-19 era.
How a surge of coronavirus patients could stretch hospital resources in your area.
Quick Take: UWashEMS COVID-19 Paramedic Training Tuesday. This is a write-up about a UWashEMS Grand Rounds Tuesday Series of Paramedic Training featuring Drs. Thomas Rea, Betty Yang, and David Murphy.
Hospitals try to preserve protective gear as front-line workers brace for surge.
Radio & Podcasts
Using data to make sense of the COVID-19 pandemic. Co-hosts speak with EMS1 columnist Dr. Catherine R. Counts who talks about using data gleaned during the pandemic to make decisions going forward.
Ep. 71: Trust your PPE. [They] talk about the COVID response in Seattle, the national effort from the GMR perspective.
NPR's David Greene talks to Zachary Levy and Nick Johnson, emergency physicians working with COVID-19 patients on opposite sides of the country, to connect about their experiences.
ER Doctor In Seattle, An Early COVID-19 Epicenter, On The Challenges Ahead.
Videos & Webinars
As we continue to learn more about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, we're also learning more about COVID-19 testing: Who should get tested, and when? How accurate are the tests? In this webinar, hosted by NHTSA's Office of EMS, three panelists deeply involved in the EMS and public health response to COVID-19 share their expertise.
TOPIC : Prehospital Care During COVID-19: Response and Ethical Considerations. Join us as we hear from prehospital leaders from University of Washington, Mayo Clinic, and Mount Sinai regarding COVID-19 prehospital response and ethical considerations.
Officials say Washington state has managed to "flatten the curve” and reduce its coronavirus patients. Now health care workers are sharing how they transformed their hospitals to combat the crisis.
ECMO in COVID19: The power of connection.
Protecting Your Providers: Seattle’s COVID-19 Experience. Access to this video require an Access Password: 4lG38G.
Drs. Michael Sayre and Thomas Rea (co-authors)
Dr. Jenelle Badulak (co-author)