Open Critical Care: A COVID-19 Guidelines Dashboard
OpenCriticalCare.org (currently in beta) aims to help healthcare workers in resource-variable settings find open-access, high-quality critical care learning tools, with a starting focus on respiratory care & COVID.
Communicable Disease Prevention, Data, Technology & Innovation
Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR)
COVID-19 & Vaccine Equity
Created by PHI’s Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) in partnership with University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), the COVID-19 Guidelines Dashboard aggregates guidelines for COVID-19 care from leading global health authorities and consolidates them into a single recommendation based on concordance.
OpenCriticalCare.org (currently in beta) aims to help healthcare workers in resource-variable settings find open-access, high-quality critical care learning tools, with a starting focus on respiratory care & COVID.View the COVID-19 GUIDELINES DASHBOARD
Launched in August 2020, the site is a repository for reliable, open-access critical care learning tools with relevance to resource-variable settings.
Search the guidance resource library by topic area, including COVID-19, Respiratory Failure and Care, Health Worker Psychosocial Health, Infection Prevention Control and more—or by content type, such as Articles, Tutorials, Simulation, Video Procedural, Online Course and more.
Resources are available in a variety of languages including English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese and more. Explore FAQs, the latest guidelines from leading authorities on COVID-19 response, as well as featured trainings around the world and more.
The library features critical care educational resources, intended to be used by medical educators and learners. It also includes original content that can be used for training at various levels and multiple healthcare cadres, and is suited for independent learning and as well as integration into institutional training programs and curricula.
OpenCriticalCare.org is a collaborative educational effort started by the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists, the University of California San Francisco Anesthesia Division of Global Health Equity, the UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences, and OPENPediatrics. It is led by UCSF under PHI’s USAID Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR), as part of a broader collaboration with partners of USAID including including FHI 360, Jhpiego, and Palladium.