COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 in Washtenaw County: A Health Equity Series

There are many health equity concerns that have arisen or worsened under COVID-19. This four-part series will discuss current health equity issues related to the pandemic as well as resources and strategies to address them, particularly in Washtenaw County, MI. While the series will emphasize the Washtenaw County, MI context, content may be of interest to community members and public health or social service practitioners more broadly.

On Demand Webinars – Now Available
Part 1 – Social Determinants of Health
Slides are available for download here.

Part 2 – Place, Space, and Recovery
Slides are available for download here.

Part 3 – Opportunities for Advocacy
Slides are available for download here.

Part 4 – Carceral State
Slides are available for download here.

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COVID-19 presents new and unique challenges to all areas of pubic health and the health workforce. In response to this ever-changing environment, we have created a resource hub to help you navigate the pandemic. 

From trainings to updated information from the WHO, CDC, state and local health departments, universities, and others, the resources listed here are specific to COVID-19. Still looking for information? Contact us or subscribe to our newsletter for updated information right to your inbox.

Public Health Communications Collaborative

Communications Resources For Public Health Professionals

National COVID-19 Virtual Skills-Based Training for Case Investigation & Contact Tracing

Quickly on-board and train train staff to support public health systems mobilizing to address COVID-19.

COVID-19 in Washtenaw County: A Health Equity Series

Part 3 – Opportunities for Advocacy is now available on demand.

Making Contact: A Training for COVID-19 Contact Tracers

A new online course from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials and the National Coalition of STD Directors.

WHO Online Training

Online trainings and other resources from the World Health Organization.

Real-time Data from Johns Hopkins

Real-time COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins. View interactive maps and more.