Below you will find resources about COVID-19… Resources for ObGyn Health Professionals. Other COVID-19 Resources. This page provides resources to access those university financial aid supports as well as provincial and federal government programs. Critical care is the last final resource of our society to fight the COVID-19 attack. Compiled by … COVID-19 Information and Resources As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, the Department of East Asian Studies is committed to providing our community with support and access to up-to-date information. We have also included a list of recent reports and publications on the COVID-19-related challenges faced by older adults, both with and without dementia, living in the community and within long-term care. Click here for more information. The University remains dedicated to ensuring the health of our community and, as much as possible, the continuity of research and innovation activities. Greater Toronto Area Aboriginal Organizations. Please see below for COVID-19 resources specific to healthcare workers and people living with dementia and their care partners. University of Toronto’s Response to COVID-19. We are living extraordinary times with COVID-19. Map and Data Library's COVID-19 Data Resources Guide Created by librarians at U of T's Map and Data Library, this guide is a collection of resources and tutorials related to COVID-19, including data sources, visualizations, and maps. Every day there’s new and sometimes conflicting information and research coming out about COVID-19 origins, prevention, symptoms, treatments, and potential cures or vaccines. The guide is a living document and will be updated as more resources and tutorials become available. Memo re: A COVID-19 Response Resource for the University of Toronto and Affiliated Institutions March 24, 2020): The University has received many offers from faculty who wish to offer research capacity, engineering expertise, materials, labs, and access to infrastructure, in support of addressing the challenges posed by COVID-19. The UTM Library currently offers a newsletter on matters regarding COVID-19. Through this newsletter, you can stay up to date on COVID-19 news, research, and updates both on the global scale and in the Greater Toronto Area community. Compiled by Indigenous Studies at the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine's Continuing and Professional Development website has a number of training, learning and wellness resources for faculty members. Unity Health Toronto COVID-19 Resource Guide UTM Health & Counselling Centre (HCC)'s COVID-19 Page . COVID-19 Data Resources This guide is a collection of data, map and visualization resources and tutorials related to COVID-19. We don't know yet what will be the pattern but we see cases coming in the ICUs of the GTA and the rise is usually exponential. Sometimes, it’s scientific studies being badly misinterpreted. The University of Toronto is working to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including providing emergency financial support and work-study opportunities for students. Government of Canada: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Visitors, foreign workers and students; Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Travel restrictions, exemptions and advice; Canada Border Services Agency COVID-19: Information for non-Canadians; Government of Ontario. Back to The University’s Response to COVID-19 Continuing our research, academic initiatives, and other core activities. University of Toronto COVID-19 General Resources UTogether2020 – this website has links to many other COVID-19 resources for the U of T community UTogether at A&S – information for students, faculty, and staff in the Faculty of Arts & Science UTM Library COVID-19 Newsletter. Other times, it's more deceptive. Unfortunately, medical misinformation is spreading even faster.