This page serves as a repository of infographics and other educational resources either targeted directly at front-line workers, or meant to be used as patient education material. Full size versions of all infographics used on this website, along with a selection of other websites which host infographics can be accessible using the table of contents below.
COVID-19 Central Infographics
Infographic describing what “social distancing” means, and how it leads to flattening the curve.
Created by: Emily Chen
Infographic describing some of the common “symptoms of COVID-19” and the potential duration of time from exposure to symptom onset.
Created by: Emily Chen
Part of the COVID-19 Health Literacy project, this page provides COVID-19 fact sheets in 35 different languages. All materials are reviewed by physicians and medical school faculty at Harvard Hospitals, and are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing.
The Printable Project provides resources based on current guidelines, whicih are editable for local hospitals and clinics. It is being worked on by Canadian frontline physicians with the assistance of medical students, and resources are designed by students at OCAD University.
Created as part of the BMJ article “Covid-19: a remote assessment in primary care”, this infographic provides a visual overview for primary care practitioners on how to assess patients for COVID-19 by voice or video call.
Created by a University of Toronto MD student, these infographics in Urdu are based on WHO and PHAC resources.
|Educational videos (UHN)||Donning and doffing personal protective equipment (PPE)||Full precautions|
|Educational video (SHS)||Donning and doffing: What to do during full precautions or airborne/droplet/contact precautions||Donning and Doffing|
|Educational video||How to clean your smartphone safely – BBC News|
Dr. Lena Ciric, a microbiologist from University College London
|How to clean your smartphone safely|
Online Resources (applications, learning modules, webinars)
|COVID-19 app||Mobile app intended for bedside use by first responders, public safety, and healthcare professionals to be used in the treatment of COVID-19 pandemic.||COVID19medapp|
|ICU modules for the non-intensivist.||Quick ICU Training for COVID|
|Ontario MD Webinars||https://www.ontariomd.ca/pages/watch-physicians-demonstrate-virtual-care-tools-and-submit-your-questions-during-ontariomd’s-webinars-on-march-20.aspx|
OMA – Physician Health Program
For physicians to speak to someone live if they need help: